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Thursday, 7 July 2005

Telegram of condolences from the President of the Republic of Poland to the Prime Minister of Great Britain

On 7 July 2005, in the wake of tragic terrorist attacks in London, President of the Republic of Poland Aleksander Kwaśniewski sent the following telegram of condolences to the Prime Minister of Great Britain Tony Blair:
Deeply moved and shocked by news of the terrorist attacks in London that left in their wake scores dead and wounded, I wish to convey, on behalf of all Polish citizens and from myself words of our sincerest condolences and sympathy.
Poland along with all other countries of the civilized world condemns this crime. We hope that the instigators, organizers and perpetrators shall be found and duly punished. We pledge Polish services and institutions ready to engage in full cooperation and to provide all necessary assistance.
The London incidents demonstrate once again the dangers terrorism poses and the devastation it brings in its wake. International community should make every possible endeavor to prevent such tragic events in the future. And so I wish to assure you on this tragic day that Poland shall remain an active ally in the global war on terrorism, terrorism that poses a threat to all citizens of our globe.
On behalf of all Poles and from myself I pay homage to the memory of the victims of these criminal acts.  Please accept at this difficult moment in time our words of solidarity with Great Britain, tried and true friend and ally of the Republic of Poland. 
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