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The Embassy of Poland in Belgrade, led by newly accredited Ambassador H.E. Tomasz Niegodzisz, hosted a reception on the occasion of Poland’s National Independence Day on 11th November, marking the restoration of Polish statehood in 1918.

Prior to World War II, Poland’s National Independence Day was celebrated only twice, in 1937 and 1938, while the holiday was not commemorated during the communist era until it was again made an official holiday in 1989.

The reception was attended by representatives of the Government of Serbia, members of the diplomatic corps and the Polish community in Serbia, as well as business leaders, public figures and representatives of religious communities.

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