Media Advisory for President Joe Biden’s Remarks in Poland


Media Advisory for President Joe Biden’s Remarks in Poland

From February 20th – 22nd, President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. will travel to Poland.On Tuesday, February 21st  the President will deliver remarks ahead of the one year anniversary of Russia’s brutal and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, addressing how the United States has rallied the world to support the people of Ukraine as they defend their freedom and democracy, and how we will continue to stand with the people of Ukraine for as long as it takes. These remarks will be open press.

RSVP here by SUNDAY, February 19th, at 3:00 PM ET



Press Format: OpenLocation: Arkady KubickiegoZamek Krolewskie (Royal Castle Arcades) Media Preset Time: 1500 – 1700 CET, Monday, February 20Media Access Time: 0800, CET,Final Access: 1400 CET, Tuesday, February 21Est. Time of Remarks: 1730 CET, Tuesday, February 21 SAT Truck Parking: SAT trucks must be pre-registered and pre-set the day before. SAT trucks should arrive between 1500 – 1600 on Monday, February 20. Trucks should enter the castle grounds via the northwest entrance pictured in the diagram below. Trucks must park in a single file on the left hand side beginning at the large grey column. To register a SAT truck contact at U.S. Embassy and provide Agency Name, Operator Name, License Plate and contact information. NOTE: On Tuesday, February 21 anyone with a SAT truck must have their operator on-site by 0700 CET for security sweeps.

SAT Truck Entrance & Parking

Media Entrance: All media must enter and check-in via the southeast entrance of the castle grounds seen on the map below. Media Parking:  There is no parking at this location.

Media Entrance

Security: Polish Government Security will be controlling access to site. Please note you should expect airport like security. All large gear, including cameras and tripods must pre-set. NO late arrivals will be accommodated. Please bring ID. NOTE: This is an outdoor event with a high possibility for rain so please plan accordingly. If there is poor weather during pre-set, crews can drop equipment in a covered area. Throw: 40-50 ftCable Run: 500 ft, run cables along identified route NOTE: There will be power, mult (languages: English, Polish, Ukrainian) on the press riser. There is no Wi-Fi at this site. There will be limited tables and chairs for reporters that need them. Press will have access to restroom facilities and a covered heated area for warming.