The president said that defence spending by individual NATO members was one of the subjects of the Brussels meeting and added that he had presented Poland's plans in this respect.
"During all summit discussions we could hold our head up since Poland is one of the alliance's countries implementing all obligations", the president said.
Referring to US President Donald Trump's speech in Brussels regarding defence spending, President Duda stressed that Poland had been meeting its target of 2 percent of GDP.
"Work is under way in Poland on a new regulation, a new solution, which was the subject of my yesterday's conversation with deputy PM Mateusz Morawiecki, regarding an increase in our defence spending to 2.2 percent of GDP by 2020 and to 2.5 percent by 2030", President Duda said.
"And this is what I declared during today's summit. I said that Poland has such plans and such a strategy", the president added.
"It is the year 2022 rather than 2018, so it is clear that the perspective is being moved in time since everybody is aware of the fact that this activity of the North Atlantic Alliance is necessary, that the security situation has been changing", President Duda said.
"This security and peace dividend - such is often the description used with regard to the 1990s and the beginning of the 21st century - has already been exhausted. What we need today is a different outlook and in fact no one is questioning this. So I do not think - since there was not such an opinion - that we will witness either an end to mutual support or the withdrawal of forces which have come to the Baltic States, Poland and Romania", the president added.
"Poland is ready to increase its presence in Iraq", President Andrzej Duda said when asked if Poland had declared to strengthen its commitment to the war against terrorism.
"We have declared - but no concrete declarations have been made - that we are open, that we are ready to increase our presence in Iraq and cooperate, for instance in the repair and maintenance of military equipment used by the Iraqi army", the president said.
"We are ready to consider our presence, to consider an increase in our forces in the Middle East, but no concrete declarations have been made, no concrete figure have been presented", the president added.
Before the general meeting, President Duda talked to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Andrzej Duda at a meeting with Jens Stoltenberg presented Poland's plans to raise the country's defence spending to 2.5 percent GDP by 2030.