In May, we will celebrate together with our Polish colleagues their most important national holiday, the Independence Day.

Independence Day is one of the most important national holidays for the Poles as it commemorates the period when Poland became an independent country again after more than 120 years of domination by foreign powers. For Poland, independence meant the restoration of sovereignty and democracy, which had a profound effect on Polish society and culture. Poland became an equal partner in Europe, with an emphasis on its national values and culture. In a historical context, Poland became a major player in European politics and made a significant contribution to freedom and democracy in Europe. For millions of Poles, Independence Day is an opportunity to express patriotism and pride in Polish traditions and history.

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