US Presidential Hopeful Wraps up Europe Tour in Warsaw
In preparation for the US elections taking place later this year, the Republican candidate set to run against current President Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, spent several days in the UK, Israel, and Poland.
In Poland, Romney first travelled to Gdansk where he met with Polands Prime Minister Donald Tusk as well as Solidarity leader and former president Lech Walesa. He also laid a wreath at Westerplatte, where Nazi Germany first attacked Poland igniting the Second World War. In Warsaw, Romney met with Polands Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski and President Bronislaw Komorowski, and also visited the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.