Poland's foreign Ministers, named above was making the rounds in the US.
Talking missile defence and energy cooperation. With a comment by Sikorski about American companies exploring energy resources "striking it lucky"
This latest news has not just American energy companies "striking it lucky", American arms manufacturers will be launching some strikes too, Not so lucky if your on the receiving end.
First the energy news-
Poland has agreed to join in US Shale gas programme
"We think that Poland has a very good opportunity to be a leader in a full range of energy issues, including shale gas."
Technical experts from both countries will work on releasing gas trapped in rock, of which Poland is thought to have substantial reserves.
Prior to the plane crash that wiped out the Polish leadership, or a good chunk of it, their had been a number of issues ongoing. I had mentioned them in previous posts.
One interesting happening I did note, was the unsigned energy agreement between Russia and Poland. Unsigned due to the highly suspicious plane crash.
The shale programme in cooperation with the US will alter that relationship between Poland and Russia, based around energy cooperation.
Poland-Russia gas deal may hinge on shale -Komorowski
The frontrunner in Poland's presidential election, Bronislaw Komorowski, said on Sunday Warsaw could not sign the long-awaited gas deal with Moscow if it finds enough shale gas in its territory.
This news does cause one to wonder about the plane crash and the finger pointing at Russia as the beneficiary? When this may not be the case..
On to the war machine : US, Poland sign new missile defence deal
The deal sets up a permanent US missile base as part of a revamped version of the controversial missile defence shield.
Russia opposes a Polish base hosting US missiles.
Then their is this...
The US has also committed to 15 million dollars to preserve Auschwitz.
So, as the US falls to pieces, it people jobless and homeless, the government has 15 million dollars that "demonstrates America's commitment to Holocaust education, remembrance and research," the State Department said.
But, is it just 15 million or is it 150 million?