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Friday, 15 November 2013

President honours Polish diplomats

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On the Polish Foreign Service Day, falling on November 16, President Bronislaw Komorowski Friday honoured several diplomats. He said that the biggest challenge for the Polish diplomacy is "make its dream come true" and act for the Eastern Partnership.

 

Modern diplomatic service, the president believes, consist in "an uncanny gift of noting things and informing about them on time" as well as on representing the Polish state and skillfully promoting what is valuable in Poland and Polish politics.

 

At a ceremony at the Presidential Palace Bronislaw Komorowski thanked diplomats for their service and involvement in such important project for Poland as is the Eastern Partnership.

 

"Soon we will know the fruit of our long-time sieve, growing and practicing this (...) field. I am convinced and I hope that we will jointly enjoy the success in the form of an EU decision concerning out extremely important neighbour, namely Ukraine and of creating prospects for Moldova and Georgia," Bronislaw Komorowski stressed.

 

The president expressed the conviction that the EU November summit in Vilnius which will bring the three countries closer to the EU will "crown efforts of Polish diplomats and politicians."

 

"This is a great day for the entire foreign service so I would like to wish you all successes because each your successes is Poland’s success," President Komorowski told the diplomats.

 

The Officer's Cross of the Polonia Restituta Order for outstanding merits to the Foreign Service went to Maciej Szpunar; Knight's Crosses of the Order went to Krzysztof Kasprzyk, Adam Kulach, Mieczyslaw Sokolowski, Beata Stelmach.

 

Golden Crosses of Merit for contributions to the Foreign Service and international cooperation were granted to Piotr Opalinski and Maciej Pisarski. The Silver Cross of Merit went to Jerzy Jedrzejuk and Slawomir Majszyk.

 

Karolina Ostrzyniewska received the Silver Cross of Merit for contributions to the European integration and the building of civic society.

Also Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski thanked his collaborators and granted Bene Merito honorary distinctions to some of them while awarding others with the highest degree of the diplomatic service, that of Titular Ambassador.

 

The Polish Foreign Service Day is observed on November 16 by a decision of the foreign ministry. On that day in 1918 Poland's Marshal Jozef Pilsudski sent cables to world leaders informing them about the re-birth of the independent Polish state after 132 years of partitions. (PAP)

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