Lithuania expects new Polish president to turn to Central Europe

Andrzey Duda, who was sworn in as Poland's new president on Thursday, should pay more attention to the Central and Eastern European region than his predecessor Bronislaw Komorowski, say Lithuanian political scientists.
Andrzej Duda
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