Polish city offers to host youth from North

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
July 29, 2006 22:10

 
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In a highly symbolic gesture of friendship, the central Polish city of Lodz has offered to host a group of 15 youngsters from northern Israel for a two-week vacation in Poland to give them a respite from the war in the North, Polish officials said over the weekend. The initiative, which was the brainchild of Lodz Mayor Jerzy Kropiwnicki, has been passed on to the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs for final approval, Polish Ambassador to Israel Agnieszka Magdziak-Miszewska said. The all-expenses paid vacation will include relaxation and recreation in the Polish countryside for the youths from Nahariya and three of their educators after two-weeks of non-stop Hizbullah rocket attacks.

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