Polish ambassador grateful for support after attack, vows to keep working

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 15, 2019 19:48
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Polish Ambassador to Israel offered his thanks for the support he received after being spat on outside of his country's embassy in Tel Aviv.

"Many thanks for your kind words," he tweeted. "This morning I spoke at the conference on medicine during the Holocaust. Then I met with the community of Polish Jews from Wlodawa. I heard some moving stories of Poles who rescued their parents and grandparents. We just keep working."

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