Presidential couple extends Easter greetings to all Poles
Wishes for the best of health and good cheer were extended to Poles by the Polish presidential couple Andrzej Duda and Agata Kornhauser-Duda in their Easter greetings, on Saturday, to every Polish family at home and world-wide.
"Our warmest thoughts are with you this Easter as we extend our very best wishes to you," said the president in wishes which were published on the internet. The presidential couple extended their wishes to "every Polish family at home and world-wide."
"The whole sense of the Christian faith focuses in the Resurrection of Christ on Easter Sunday. The symbolism of Easter is relatable to every person who desires that good should defeat evil, and life should prevail over death. New courage is something we all need and we all look for. Let us be together in this pursuit – mindful of each other and mutually supportive,” said the president.
"May the mystery of the Resurrection Night and the joy of the Easter Dawn brace us up and instill new hope in us. May the feelings of closeness and respect fill Polish homes and communities," said Agata Kornhauser-Duda.
“This year we celebrate the centenary of regaining independence by Poland. One hundred years ago, our Compatriots, overcome with emotion, welcomed their free Home Country as a one reborn to new life. Nowadays, we are responsible for the independent Poland. We are forging a strong Republic of Poland for our own sake and for the sake of next generations to come,” stated Andrzej Duda.
“May your Easter and the approaching spring abound in joy. We wish you best of health and good cheer,” expressed the First Lady.
“Have a peaceful holiday!” concluded the presidential couple.