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Thursday, 11 September 2003

The President of Poland received a letter from the President of the United States of America

On September 11, 2003 the President of the Republic of Poland Aleksander Kwaśniewski received a letter from the President of the United States of America, George W. Bush. The letter reads as follows: On September 11, Americans remember with sorrow and respect their fellow citizens who were killed in the terrorist attacks of 001. But Americans were not alone in their losses, and we remember that citizens of many other countries died that day. My fellow American sand I have shared your grief, and we join you in honoring the memory of your countrymen who died in those attacks. The struggle between civilization and chaos affects us all, and no nation can be neutral in that struggle. Every nation that believes in freedom, mutual respect and the value of human life also condemns terrorism and acts against the few who would destroy the hopes of the many. Our struggle to rid the world of terror continues, and it is a living monument to our fellow countrymen – mine and yours – whose lives were taken on September 11, 2001. it is our shared struggle, and as we go froward, the memory of the victims of September 11 will remind us that we fight for high principle, but we also fight simply so that our people can be safe from fear and violence.
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