Australian Institute of Polish Affairs

Australia is a tried and tested friend of Poland

Dear AIPA Members and Friends,

I am pleased to bring to your attention some recent developments regarding the strengthening of Polish-Australian relations, as highlighted by two prominent political figures. Recently, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence of Poland, Wladyslaw Kosiniak-Kamysz, and Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, Richard Marles, have engaged in significant talks.  Their statements underscore the commitment of both Poland and Australia to enhancing bilateral cooperation across various sectors, including defense, trade, and cultural exchange. These discussions mark a pivotal moment in our shared history, signaling a renewed dedication to mutual cooperation and support.

As members of AIPA, it is imperative that we remain informed and engaged in initiatives aimed at promoting Polish-Australian solidarity and cooperation. This is even more important in the currently unstable geopolitical situation. Strengthening Polish-Australian relations presents opportunities for us to contribute to fostering peace, security, and prosperity in both our regions.

Best regards,

Dr Alexandra Dunwill

AIPA President

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