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  • 18 March 2017

    The first meeting of Prime Minister Bill English with members of the Diplomatic Corps was held on March 17th. On this occasion, the head of New Zealand Government delivered a speech on government’s priorities until the end of the term.

    The meeting at the Intercontinental Hotel was also a great opportunity for talks between the Polish Ambassador Zbigniew Gniatkowski and Prime Minister B. English and his spouse, Dr. Mary English. Among the topics discussed was the situation in Europe and regional and global challenges. Dr. English was interested in the history of Polish-New Zealand relations, including the fate of a group of 733 Polish orphans invited to New Zealand in 1944, who later became known as Pahiatua Children.


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