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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Polish-Russian Group for Difficult Matters resumes its activities, March 2017

“We are open to constructive cooperation and we are undertaking actions to break the impasse in which we are now,” said Minister Witold Waszczykowski at a ceremony during which he handed nominations to the Polish members of the Polish-Russian Group for Difficult Matters.

Professor Mirosław Filipowicz, Director of the Institute of East Central Europe in Lublin, is the new Plenipotentiary of the Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Polish-Russian Group for Difficult Matters. New members of the Polish part of the Group, which has resumed its activities after a two-year hiatus, are outstanding academics and experts who specialise in Russia and Eastern affairs. 

For a full announcement by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, see here.

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