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    Day of the Veteran of Foreign Operations: Honoring Peacekeepers and Polish Veterans

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    The Day of the Veteran of Foreign Operations is a Polish holiday observed on May 29th since 2012, established by the Sejm of the Republic of Poland in 2011. Although not a public holiday, the commemoration of this day coincides with the International Day of UN Peacekeepers, also celebrated on the same date.


    The purpose of this day is to recognize and pay tribute to the brave men and women who have served in international peacekeeping missions, as well as Polish veterans who have participated in operations outside the country’s borders. It serves as a reminder of their selflessness, dedication, and sacrifices in promoting peace and stability worldwide.

    The observance of the Day of the Veteran of Foreign Operations includes various ceremonies, events, and initiatives to honor the contributions and achievements of these individuals. It serves as an opportunity for society to express gratitude and appreciation for their invaluable service.

    Through this important commemoration, Poland acknowledges the significance of peacekeeping efforts and the vital role its veterans have played in upholding the principles of peace and security both at home and abroad.

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