The June 12 talks between Polish and US Presidents, Andrzej Duda and Donald Trump, will primarily focus on joint security projects, spokesman for the Polish president Blazej Spychalski said on Friday. Spychalski, speaking to public Polish Radio 24, stressed that Poland treats security issues very widely. "On the one hand, we are talking about military security, on the other hand, about energy security," he stressed. Poland is seeking to increase US military presence on its soil. Last September, President Duda during his visit to Washington expressed hope for the joint construction of a base that could be called "Fort Trump."