US Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher announced on Friday that “the U.S. and Poland had completed negotiations on an Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement,” which is to “implement the joint vision of” President Andrzej Duda and President Donald Trump “to enhance the U.S. military presence in Poland.”
Where the US troops will be relocated from is at Washington’s own discretion, Poland’s Defence Minister Mariusz Błaszczak told Polish Radio on Friday, adding that the ministry’s knowledge in this regard was based on information provided by US Defence Secretary Mark Esper.
Great news! The U.S. and Poland completed negotiations on an Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement. The EDCA will implement the joint vision of our two presidents to enhance the U.S. military presence in Poland. Thank you to all on both sides who worked so hard on this!— Georgette Mosbacher (@USAmbPoland) July 31, 2020