Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark are set to visit Poland on 25 November as part of the celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Poland.
Polish President Andrzej Duda invited the couple to the celebrations in Warsaw. They will be accompanied by Danish Climate, Energy and Supply Minister Dan Jørgensen and Minister of Health and Elderly Magnus Heunicke.
The royal couple will be welcomed to the Presidential Palace by the President and his wife, First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda for a lunch with representatives from Polish and Danish business and cultural life.
Next, the Crown Prince Couple will “participate in the opening of a historian conference on the Danish-Polish relationship for the past 100 years, visit the veteran centre of the Polish Armed Forces and meet Danish and Polish veterans,” according to the Royal House.
Crown Prince Frederik will also attend a roundtable discussion alongside President Duda with representatives “from Danish and Polish companies on cooperation in the energy field with a special focus on renewable energy.”
Meanwhile, Crown Princess Mary will attend events that focus on the inclusion of those with disabilities, as well as combating diabetes.
The full itinerary will be released in due course.