We will not forget Iran-Poland shared history

The charge d'affaires of the polish embassy in Iran said: Isfahan has always been home to a number of orphans, giving the opportunity to grow, re-educate, and enjoy childhood.

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IMNA Cultural Desk reports the Polish charge d'affaires at her attendance to opening ceremony of the “Born in the Independent Poland, Lahestaniha [Poles], the Children of Isfahan” at Isfahan museum of contemporary arts: I am so proud of being the president from the Polish embassy, and would like to welcome you all.  

She said: the exhibition will premiere a collection of photos of the Polish people who took refuge in the central Iranian city of Isfahan from the atrocities of the Soviets’ labor camps during World War II (75 years ago).

She then expressed that Isfahan has always hosted many orphans and helped them grow, educate, and enjoy childhood.

“Experiences gained by the Poles in Iran at the time of their stay in Iranian cities led to establish bases to expand Iran-Poland ties”, the polish authority remarked, and assured the public: we will make great efforts to deploy all the contemporary opportunities to broaden political, economic, cultural cooperation between the two sides. I hope you will enjoy the exhibition.”   

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