Poland's newly sworn in President Andrzej Duda said on Thursday the country needs a strengthening of its safety guarantees and increasing of the presence of NATO in the country, as well as an adjustment to its foreign policy, but no revolution.
Poland needs increased NATO presence, President says
Duda is backed by opposition party Law and Justice (PiS), that is leading in opinion polls ahead of October general election.
Speaking to the combined two chambers of parliament, Duda also said he will uphold his pledges to raise the tax-free allowance and lower the retirement age.
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