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The Ambassador of Georgia conveyed his deepest sympathy on the tragic death of the President of Poland

On 11 April 2010, on behalf of the Government of Georgia, Ambassador Amiran Kavadze visited the Embassy of Poland in Stockholm and expressed his deepest and most sincere sympathy on the tragic crash of airplane near the Smolensk airport causing the death of President of the Republic of Poland Mr. Lech Kaczyński, his spouse Ms. Maria Kaczyńska and other members of the official Polish delegation travelling to Russia to participate in the commemorative ceremonies devoted to the 70th Anniversary of the Katyn Massacre.

Ambassador Kavadze left a note in the book of condolences offering sincerest sympathy, as the hearts of Georgian people are filled with unspeakable grief and sadness by the bereavement Poland and its people suffer today. Mr. Kaczyński firmly stood for the values and principles of freedom and democracy throughout his life. He represents the very symbol of patriotism, freedom and solidarity not only for Poland but for the entire Europe. He constantly offered his support to Georgia, who felt his brotherhood shoulder in the crucial times of its recent history. His death represents a great loss for all freedom seeking nations, who share the same values of liberty and democracy Mr. Kaczyński fought for during his entire life. In accordance with the decree of President Saakashvili, Mr. Lech Kaczyński is awarded posthumously the title of the National Hero of Georgia and April 11th was announced as a Day of National Mourning in Georgia.

 
 
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