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    Premier Mateusz Morawiecki Honors Warsaw Uprising Insurgents and Lech Kaczyński’s Legacy

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    Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki recently met with Warsaw Uprising insurgents to express gratitude for their service to Poland. During the meeting, the Prime Minister also acknowledged the contributions of late President Lech Kaczyński in preserving the memory of the Warsaw Uprising. He praised the establishment of the Warsaw Uprising Museum and the enduring respect shown towards the insurgents.

    The meeting attendees included Zofia Czekalska, Czesława Sielska, Janusz Walędzik, Zbigniew Rylski, Zbigniew Daab, Feliks Waśkiewicz, and Janusz Komorowski. Premier Morawiecki released a short film in which Janusz Komorowski, known as “Antek,” thanked him for the implementation of the Law and Justice program, which is part of President Kaczyński’s legacy.

    The Prime Minister listened to the insurgents’ wartime experiences, their educational engagements with the younger generation, and their plans for developing memorials honoring the Warsaw Uprising heroes.

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