I WILL WORK TOWARDS A CHICAGO WHERE THERE IS FAIR AND EQUAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR ALL COMMUNITIES. – Dorothy Brown
Polish President Andrzej Duda and the first lady met representatives of the Polish-American community in Chicago. Duda delivered a speech Saturday afternoon at Millennium Park.
Duda and the first lady arrived in the U.S. on Wednesday for a four-day tour that also included stops in New York and Jersey City, according to his itinerary. While in New York, Duda was scheduled to chair an “open, high-level debate” at the U.N. headquarters on the role of international law in maintaining international peace and security. Poland, a non-permanent member of the Security Council, took over the monthlong presidency of the council on May 1.