President Andrzej Duda Strongly Condemns Antisemitic Slogans at Warsaw March

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The Office of the President of the Republic of Poland, Andrzej Duda, has issued a resolute condemnation of the antisemitic slogans that emerged during a recent march organized in Warsaw. In a statement released on social media, the President’s Office emphasized that Poles, in memory of those who perished during the Holocaust, cannot tolerate any form of antisemitism, and any signs of it are met with deep outrage.

The statement further underscored that “in Poland, there is no room for the expression of hatred towards anyone.” Such sentiments, it noted, are entirely inconsistent with the values upon which the Republic stands.

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The firm stance taken by President Duda and the government reflects Poland’s commitment to combat all manifestations of hatred, discrimination, and intolerance, reinforcing the country’s dedication to fostering a society rooted in respect and inclusivity.

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