Polish president signs law on Polish-Russian dialogue center

10:29, April 12, 2011      

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Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski has signed a law on setting up a Center of Polish- Russian Dialogue, the presidential chancellery said on Monday.

The bill on the foundation of the Center of Polish-Russian Dialogue and Agreement in Warsaw was passed by the Sejm, or the lower chamber of the parliament, on March 25.

The Polish-Russian Dialogue Centers will be established both in Warsaw and Moscow. The centers are planned to initiate, support and promote moves for dialogue and agreement in Polish-Russian relations.

The Warsaw center is to conduct scientific research, publish books, and propagate knowledge about Polish-Russian relations, common history, culture and the heritage of the two nations.

The establishment of the Polish-Russian dialogue centers was originally proposed by members of the Polish-Russian Difficult Issues Group dealing with historical controversies between the two countries.

A letter of intent on the matter was signed on Dec. 6, 2010 during Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to Poland.

Source: Xinhua
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