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Monday, 8 September 2003

The President of Poland and the President of the USA had spoken over the phone

On September 8, 2003 the President of the Republic of Poland Aleksander Kwaśniewski and the President of the United States of America George W. Bush had spoken over the phone. President G. W. Bush thanked for Poland’s contribution to the stabilization process in Iraq. He had also conveyed through the President of Poland his gratitude to the commanders and soldiers of the International Division for taking over responsibility for the central-southern zone in Iraq. President G.W. Bush informed about US effort in support of passing a new UN resolution on Iraq. President Aleksander Kwaśniewski underscored the importance of involving the UN in stabilization efforts. Both presidents expressed their concern over the tragic terrorist attacks in Israel and stressed the need to continue the peace process set out in the “road map”. The President of the Republic of Poland called for a change in the visa requirements for Poles traveling to the United States. A plan for on-going political consultations at all levels was agreed on.
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