Work is underway in Poland's capital to close streets and set the stage for President Donald Trump, who is due to deliver a public speech during his visit to Poland on Thursday.
Workers are building platforms at a downtown Warsaw square where Trump will speak, and colorful posters can be seen across the city inviting people to attend the event. Signs are up to show traffic diversions from areas where Trump will be during his brief stay in Warsaw.
The speech is hosted by the U.S. Embassy and Ambassador Paul W. Jones has invited the public to attend.
"He's going to speak to the Polish people and to the people of this region and the people of Europe. That's open to the general public," Jones said.