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Poland will become a strategic ally of Belarus

President of Poland Andrzej Duda and Pavel Latushka
President of Poland Andrzej Duda and Pavel Latushka. Photo: NAM-media

I would like to extend my congratulations to the Polish people on the occasion of the national holiday of the Republic of Poland – 3 May Constitution Day.

The histories of the Belarusian and Polish peoples are deeply intertwined and rich. One of the significant milestones in our shared heritage is the first Constitution in Europe, which has direct relevance to the history of Belarus.

During my tenure as the ambassador of Belarus to European countries, I used to congratulate the Polish ambassadors on May 3rd, acknowledging our joint historical event - the declaration of the Constitution of 3 May 1791. I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to the Polish authorities and Polish society for their solidarity and support during this crucial turning point in our history. This support not only contributes to the Belarusian society's pursuit of democracy but also paves the way for a new chapter in our shared history.

I firmly believe that an independent and democratic Belarus aligns with the national interests of both Belarusian and Polish societies. We aspire for Belarus to become a reliable and responsible partner for Poland and Europe. For us, Belarusians, Poland will serve as a strategic ally, opening up European prospects for our homeland.

On this national holiday, I extend my sincerest wishes for prosperity and success.

Pavel Latushka, representing the United Transitional Cabinet of Belarus, has been invited by President Andrzej Duda to participate in the official celebrations of Poland's National Day, taking place at the Castle Square in Warsaw. Additionally, he was invited to the diplomatic reception held at the Palace of the President of Poland.

The regime's embassy was not invited to these events.



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