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  • 25 November 2014

    Permanent Representatives of the Republic of Poland and the Republic of Nauru to the United Nations, Bogusław Winid and Marlene Moses, signed a communiqué establishing diplomatic relations between the two countries in New York on 24 November. The document entered into force on the date of its signature.

    “I am proud that these newly established diplomatic relations will allow us to enhance dialogue between our countries,” said Ambassador Bogusław Winid during the ceremony.

     

    Poland hopes that expanding its diplomatic network in the Pacific region will give it more influence on EU development projects carried out under the European Development Fund in this area.

     

    Located on an island, Nauru is an increasingly popular destination for Polish tourists. Negative effects of climate change are one of its key problems. As an active participant in the UN climate change process, Poland tries to counter this problem by working to implement the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Nauru gained its independence in 1968. In 1999, it was admitted to the United Nations. The country is also a member of the Pacific Islands Forum, Pacific Regional Environment Programme, South Pacific Commission, South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission, and the Asian Development Bank.

     

    MFA Press Office

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