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Condolences from Poland
April 25, 2013   
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Poland’s President Bronisław Komorowski sent a message of condolence to U.S. President Barack Obama in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings April 15. In the message, which was posted on the Polish President’s Office’s website, Komorowski wrote:

“I am deeply saddened by the tragedy that struck the Boston Marathon. The brutal attack on the participants of a peaceful sports event arouses indignation and deserves condemnation. Please accept my deepest condolences and sincere solidarity with the people of Boston and the entire American nation in light of this barbaric act. We join in sorrow and compassion with the victims, their families and loved ones, and wish all those affected a full recovery.”

Prime Minister Donald Tusk has sent a similar message of condolence to President Obama, saying that it was with great sorrow that he learned about the tragic events in Boston. “We strongly condemn the attack on the participants of the Boston Marathon, which unites thousands of people in sport,” Tusk said. “We join in sorrow and compassion with the victims and their families. On behalf of the government of Poland and myself, please accept our condolences.”
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