Ambassadors congratulate Poles on Independence Day
The ambassadors of the US, Great Britain, Germany, France and Denmark in Poland extended their wishes to the Poles on the occasion of Independence Day highlighting friendship and cooperation between their countries and Poland.
Poland regained independence on November 11, 1918, after more than a century of partitions.
"Poles have experienced many difficult and tragic events throughout history. For Americans, Poles are a symbol of steadfastness, heroism, and hope, even in the most difficult circumstances. All the best on your Independence Day, Poland!," US Ambassador Georgette Mosbacher tweeted on Wednesday.
The British Ambassador Anna Clunes posted a video on social media in which she praised the close and long-lasting relations between her country and Poland, which she described as as a strong international player in Europe, a regional leader in security, trade and technology, and an important partner for the United Kingdom. She wished Poles peace, security and prosperity.
The German ambassador Arndt Freytag von Loringhoven said on social media that November 11 "is a symbol of regaining statehood."
The French ambassador to Poland, Frederic Billet, took to Twitter to offer Poles his best wishes on the National Independence Day.
Ole Toft, Ambassador of Denmark to Poland said in a video recording posted on Twitter that "On Nov 11 we all remember and celebrate the end of the Great War and rebirth of a free Poland."