WASHINGTON– President Obama will stop in Poland on his May visit to Europe–as well as Ireland, England and France–the White House announced on Monday, as Obama continued on his swing through Brazil, Chile and El Salvador.
Obama hits Europe between May 23-28.
THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
For Immediate Release
March 21, 2011
The President’s Travel to Poland
The President will visit Poland as part of his May 23-28 trip to Europe, during which he will also visit Ireland, the United Kingdom and France. In Poland he looks forward to reciprocating the visit of President Komorowski, whom he welcomed to the Oval Office in December 2010, as well as meeting Prime Minister Tusk. The President’s trip will further strengthen the close alliance between United States and Poland.