• Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland



  • 1 June 2016

    On May 31, the Embassy of Poland in Yerevan celebrated the Constitution of 3 May. In his speech, Ambassador Jerzy M. Nowakowski outlined, that the Polish Basic Law is the first Constitution in Europe and the second one in the world following the US Constitution.

    “This holiday symbolizes the power of democracy and independence”,- said Ambassador Nowakowski.


    The Ambassador also expressed hope, that that deepening collaboration between Armenia and EU, including the signing of the framework agreement, would give an impetus to further enhance bilateral cooperation between our countries and thus would speed up visa liberalization process. He also referred to the recent meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission for Economic Cooperation, especially in the context of increasing trade and Polish investments in Armenia. The Ambassador also recalled that in 2017 Poland would commemorate the 650th anniversary of the presence of Armenian community in Poland.


    “Armenia and Poland are also linked to each other by the century-old history, economy and culture. I’m convinced that based on our common values, we will also get closer within the EU Eastern Partnership framework”,- said the Ambassador.


    On the event the choir “Gwiazdeczka” of the Union of Poles “Polonia” performed the anthems of Poland and Armenia, as well as several traditional Polish songs.


    The reception was attended by high ranked representatives of the Armenian Government and local authorities, as well as representatives of business sphere, culture and media. The president of the Association of the Armenian Military Doctors, spouse of the Minister of Defense, Mrs.  Ruzanna Khachatryan honored the ceremony by her presence.


    Watch the photos from the event.



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