Poland's president to visit New Britain
NEW BRITAIN (AP) — The president of Poland is making his first visit to Connecticut.
Andrzej Duda and his wife are making a stop in New Britain, which has a large Polish immigrant population. About 20,000 people of Polish descent live in the city.
Duda is scheduled to attend Mass on Sunday at the Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church. He will later speak about Polish-American relations on Sunday afternoon at Walnut Hill Park.
Duda plans to travel from Connecticut to New York to attend this week's United Nations General Assembly.
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