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Poland’s Constitution Day

Ambassador Witold Sobkow warmly welcomed His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent, members of the diplomatic corps and British partners at the Polish Embassy to celebrate the 225th anniversary of the Polish Constitution on 3 May. The first of its kind in Europe, the Polish Constitution was established in 1791.

As Mr Sobkow affirmed in his speech: “The anniversary of [the Constitution’s] adoption remains the most important national holiday since Poland regained independence in 1918.” Referring to the special relationship between Britain and Poland, Mr Sobkow said: “Our governments are on the same page when it comes to reforming the European Union as well as resolving the conflicts in the East and the South. Together we are stronger.”


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