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Obama seeks to reassure Poland

Saturday, May 28, 2011 - 01:30

The U.S. President hopes to reaffirm U.S. commitment to Poland's security during the last visit of his European tour. Paul Chapman reports.

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Memorials to the dead of World War II but it is significant policy in America promise for a state -- and this is the US president's first visit to the country. One of the key elements of the -- mr. reaffirmed US commitment to prudent security. That Washington is no picnic to central and Eastern Europe. The US president's first port of -- was a wreath laying ceremony at the tomb of the unknown soldier in waksal. He needs another wreath at the monuments of the Warsaw ghetto where many of the city's Jewish population perished. Obama's arrival in Poland is seen by many -- a postage stamp. This is yeah. Credible it is necessary obligatory when you take into account Poland's security and threats from the east predominantly. From Russia. Not yet have a growth and here's I really eat that our relationship will send from sentimental the ninth. Too realistic and concrete in my opinion. Obama's visit will finalize a deal -- sets up a permanent US senate race in Poland which is still nervous about Russia. The leaders of twenty base the ex Communist nations that can happen in -- it's just to convince them Washington still cares about -- -- --

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Obama seeks to reassure Poland

Saturday, May 28, 2011 - 01:30