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    First Lady Hosts Meeting on Polish Schools Abroad

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    First Lady of Poland, Agata Kornhauser-Duda, discusses the development of Polish schools abroad, including a new one in Malta.

    In a recent meeting held on October 19th, the First Lady of the Republic of Poland, Agata Kornhauser-Duda, hosted Tomasz Rzymkowski, the Secretary of State and Government Plenipotentiary for the Development and Internationalization of Education and Science at the Presidential Palace. The primary focus of their discussion was the activities of Polish schools located overseas, with particular attention to the newly established school in Malta, operating for several weeks now under the auspices of the Polish Embassy in Valletta. This institution serves a notable 70 Polish students.

    The meeting underlines Poland’s commitment to fostering educational and cultural ties with the Polish diaspora and ensuring quality education for Polish students living abroad. The exchange of ideas and support for these educational initiatives showcases the importance of global education and international collaboration.

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