Presumptive Republican nominee will deliver a public speech at the Warsaw Library, according to a Facebook listing for the event.
Romney will deliver his remarks on Tuesday — the final day of his overseas trip —
on “The U.S.–Poland Relationship & The Values Of Liberty.”
The event is sponsored by The Polish Institute of International Affairs, The German Marshall Fund of the United States, and The Lech Walesa Institute.
According to aides, Romney is not expected to make any major policy announcements on his trip, but he is expected to “lock arms” will allies in Israel and Poland. Romney, who has made the threat of a resurgent Russia a central component of his foreign policy agenda, will undoubtedly address that threat in his remarks in Warsaw.
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