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    President Andrzej Duda talked with Sviatlana Cichanouska

    President Andrzej Duda talked to one of the leaders of the Belarusian opposition, former presidential candidate Sviatlana Cichanouska, who congratulated Poles in connection with the 230th anniversary of the Constitution on May 3 and the Polish Diaspora Day, said presidential minister Krzysztof Szczerski.

    When asked about the course of this conversation, Szczerski noted that its context was related to the upcoming 230th anniversary of the May 3 Constitution and the celebrations that would take place in Warsaw, where the presidents of countries in our region would meet on Monday – apart from President Duda, there would also be Presidents of Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Ukraine.

    The presidential minister added that Cichanouska greeted the Poles on the occasion of the May 3rd holiday, as well as in connection with the Day of the Polish Diaspora and Poles Abroad, celebrated on May 2, “wishing that relations between Poles and Belarusians, between Poland and Belarus would develop in a harmonious and neighbourly manner”.

    The head of the presidential International Policy Bureau noted that the talks also concerned the current situation in Belarus, the condition of Belarusian society and Cichanouska’s political plans for the near future.



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