Enda Kenny will discuss the upcoming Brexit negotiations with Beata Szydło
The Taoiseach is in Warsaw today to meet with the Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło.
The visit is billed as an opportunity for Enda Kenny to discuss Brexit ahead of the UK triggering Article 50.
The Taoiseach officially open a new Bord Bia office in Warsaw during the trip, as part of the drive to increase Irish food exports.
He will also meet with members of the Irish community living in Poland, and address the addressing the Irish-Polish Innovation Forum.
In a statement ahead of the trip, Enda Kenny said: ‘We see our future very much at the heart of Europe. I look forward to exchanging views with Prime Minister Szydło about the upcoming Brexit negotiations, in which Ireland will play a full and constructive role as part of the EU team, and highlighting our particular concerns."