On Monday in Warsaw, Polish President Andrzej Duda ratified the Poland-United States Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) during a ceremony held at the Presidential Palace.

The agreement provides for a further increase in the number of U.S. troops stationed in Poland and the establishment of a new legal framework for their presence in the country.

The conservative government has had close ties with the U.S. during the Trump administration and this move will cement them.

Nevertheless, President Duda stated that despite the closeness of the two current administrations, the bilateral relationship would not change under a Biden administration.

“I believe that our partnership is above political divisions,” Duda said during the Warsaw ceremony, putting any fears to rest. “We are waiting for the new U.S. president to take office.”

In fact, many presume that the close cooperation between the two countries will only increase during a Biden administration citing the groundwork that has been laid out for each country to grow the relationship further.

The Polish government has already agreed to purchase Patriot missile defense programs as well as F-35 fighter jets.

“Contrary to the opinions or emotions that have been voiced by some politicians and commenters, I am convinced that the Polish-American relations will develop as well as before, and the Polish-American alliance will grow stronger,” the head of the prime minister’s chancellery, Michal Dworczyk, told Polskie Radio.