Hungarian, Polish presidents start talks in Warsaw

Warsaw, March 22 (MTI) – Hungarian President Pal Schmitt, who arrived in Warsaw on Tuesday morning on a two-day official visit, started talks with his Polish counterpart Bronislaw Komorowski

The tete-a-tete consultations were followed by plenary talks between the two delegations.

Schmitt will afterwards lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Pilsudski Square.

The two presidents will then unveil a bilingual memorial plaque commemorating Hungary’s assistance to Poland during its fight against Bolshevik Russia in 1919-1921.

In the afternoon Schmitt will hold talks with Prime Minister Donald Tusk.

On Wednesday Schmitt and Komorowski will leave for Poznan to attend the opening ceremony of the Hungarian-Polish Friendship Day at the Adam Mickiewicz University.