WARSAW, Poland (AP) — During a visit to Warsaw on Thursday, U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with regional leaders at a summit of the Three Seas Initiative — an effort to improve trade, infrastructure and energy links among the 12 nations between the Baltic, Black and Adriatic Seas.Most of the region's critical infrastructure, including roads and rail services, run on an east-west corridor partly due to Germany's economic dominance.The project aims to develop more and better connections along a north-south axis in the areas of energy, transportation and digital communications "to complete the single European market."Another key goal of Three Seas is to promote greater energy independence from Moscow, which has sometimes wielded its gas and oil as a political tool over a swath of central and eastern Europe.Poland recently received its first shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the United States at Swinoujscie, a port on the Baltic coast.There still are concerns in Slovakia, Hungary and elsewhere that Poland's euroskeptic government could use the cooperation project as a political tool to carve out more influence in Central and Eastern Europe.
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