FBI chief tells Poland he regrets Holocaust remarks, settling tiff

By REUTERS
April 23, 2015 16:17

 
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WARSAW - The head of the US intelligence service told the Polish ambassador to the United States that he regretted his remarks on what Poland has said was an accusation of complicity in the Holocaust, the Polish foreign ministry said on Thursday.

Poland now considers the matter settled, a spokesman for the foreign ministry said.

Poland is one of the United States' closest European allies, a relationship strengthened by the conflict in Ukraine and related tensions with Russia. Polish politicians have repeatedly called for an increased US military presence in the region.

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