On January 18, Polish president Andrzej Duda will visit Brussels to meet with the President of the European Council Donald Tusk, with whom he will discuss issues between Poland and the EU. During his stay, Duda will also speak with the Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe Philip Breedlove. According to the Polish Secretary of State Krzysztof Szczerski, the meeting will focus on such topics as the Brexit, migration and energy policies including the future of Nord Stream 2. He also assured everyone that President Duda’s visit to Brussels is not related to the current changes made by the Polish government as the meeting was planned much earlier. Moreover, Szczerski added that up until July 2016 every one of President Duda’s state visits will be dedicated to preparations for the NATO summit in Warsaw. It is expected that the summit will touch on such issues as: security and the military capacity of NATO members, terrorism, the migrant crisis, computer security and the modernisation of military forces. Apart from his participation in the summit, President Duda will also attend the Nuclear Security Summit to be held in Washington DC in March. In the second half of 2016, the President of Poland will also make two important business trips: either to one Asian and African country, or two Asian countries.