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Poland attacked for its traditional values: president

14.11.2020 08:00
Poland has come under attack for protecting its traditional values, Polish President Andrzej Duda has said.
Polands Andrzej Duda.
Poland's Andrzej Duda.Photo: PAP/Piotr Nowak

In an interview with Italian magazine Il Timone, Duda said that Poland “should exert a positive influence on other countries” in terms of defending values such as “the traditional family model”.

Duda was quoted as saying by the magazine: “There is strong pressure on us, there is often no room for dialogue, and Poland is simply attacked for wanting to protect the family, cultivate its traditions and defend a Catholic lifestyle”.

“Poles are rebels, they know how to defend themselves. In the twentieth century, Poland had to deal with totalitarian systems but we were able to retain our identity”, Duda told Il Timone.

“We will retain it now too, and I hope that we will strengthen it even more”, the president argued.


Source: PAP