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    Andrzej Duda Pays Tribute to Warsaw Insurgents

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    In the Warsaw Uprising Museum, ceremonies marking the 79th anniversary of the August 1944 uprising commenced with President Andrzej Duda paying tribute to the valiant Warsaw insurgents at Freedom Park. Earlier, he laid wreaths before the plaque commemorating President of the Republic of Poland, Lech Kaczyński, on the museum’s main courtyard. In a heartfelt address to the Warsaw insurgents, President Duda emphasized that the city’s resilience roots from the indomitable spirit of its people, who remain undefeated.

    President Duda highlighted that Warsaw’s current development owes much to the sacrifice of its residents who rose against Hitler’s tyranny 79 years ago. He expressed pride in the growing remembrance of the Warsaw Uprising, as more people from all over Poland visit the capital each year to pay homage to the patriotic legacy of the Warsaw insurgents.

    The President also lauded the Warsaw Uprising Museum as a unifying place, where political differences are left at the door. He praised the insurgents for creating a shared space that honors their shared love for their homeland.

    The commemoration of the Warsaw Uprising continues to grow in significance, and this annual event serves as a poignant reminder of the unwavering spirit and patriotic devotion of the Warsaw insurgents.

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