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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

     

  • POLAND’S CANDIDACY TO THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL

  • 13 April 2017

    “I wold like to thank Slovenia for supporting Poland in international organisations, including its bid for a UN Security Council seat in 2018-2019,” said Deputy Minister Joanna Wronecka who met with Darja Bavdaž Kuret, who is visiting Warsaw in connection with a meeting of foreign ministers of the Visegrad Group and of the Eastern Partnership on Wednesday.

     

    Their talks focused on the security situation in the Middle East region, particularly the situation in Syria, Israeli-Palestinian relations and Russia’s and Turkey’s roles in the region. The two sides agreed that international efforts aimed at finding a possible political solution to the conflict in Syria, including in the framework of the EU Common Foreign and Security Policy, should be actively supported. The deputy chief of Polish diplomacy has acquainted the Slovenian State Secretary with Polish humanitarian aid and development cooperation actions and projects in the region.
     

    During the talks, which also covered current bilateral issues, the two sides expressed their satisfaction with the very good state of Polish-Slovenian relations, marked by high intensity of high-level visits. Today’s meeting also provided an opportunity to promote the city of Lodz that is bidding to host EXPO 2022.

     
     
    MFA Press Office

     

    FOT. M.JASIULEWICZ/ MSZ
    FOT. M.JASIULEWICZ/ MSZ
    FOT. M.JASIULEWICZ/ MSZ

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