Donald trump is on his way to Hamburg where he will attend G20 Summit, but before that, he decided to make a stop in Poland. However, the real question is what are the motives behind this visit. First of all, it should be noted that unlike the situation in Hamburg, where Trump is going to face possibly 100,000 demonstrators, it is an entirely different thing in Poland.

The history showed that American presidents were always welcome in Poland and Trump will be no exception, especially given the fact that Polish government is a conservative one. Trump is set to give a speech in front of the cheering crowd of thousands bused in by the ruling Law and Justice party, led by Jaroslaw Kaczynski

Leaders of both countries are fighting for the same cause

Trump and Kaczynski completely understand each other as they both are fighting against the liberal structures who ruled the Western politics for years.

So it comes as no surprise that they have very similar attitudes, especially when it comes to refugees. Just like the American President, Kaczynski doesn't have the friendly attitude towards immigrants ever since his party rose to power in 2015. He even went as far as claiming that they are carrying some dangerous diseases.

"According to a columnist Michal Szuldzynski, 'both Kaczynski and Trump perceive themselves as those who can stop this liberal-left political correctness offensive in the world,''' BBC reported.

Trump is glad that Poland spends on defense

It may come as a little surprise that Poland is actually one of the few NATO members that spend 2% of GDP on defense [VIDEO], thus respecting the NATO military spending target. Not only that but there are also about 900 U.S. troops in Poland in order to protect the country from Russia.

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With this in mind, it comes as no surprise why Trump decided to visit Poland ahead of G20 summit.

As a part of his visit, Trump will also address the initiative led by Poland to bring together 12 nations of the Eastern Europe. According to Professor of Sussex University Aleks Szczerbiak, this can be a thorn in the eye of European Union since it is presenting Poland "as a kind of regional leader" outside the EU.

Energy cooperation

Another reason for Trump's visit to Poland is that this country is making an effort to become less depended on Russia when it comes to gas. Not only that but they also bought the US liquefied natural gas which goes hand in hand with the Trump's imperative to sell more gas overseas.