Poland stands closest to Czech Republ...

Poland stands closest to Czech Republic, says Klaus

There are 5 comments on the Prague Daily Monitor story from Oct 12, 2012, titled Poland stands closest to Czech Republic, says Klaus. In it, Prague Daily Monitor reports that:

President Vaclav Klaus considers Poland the closest country to the Czech Republic, he said after a meeting with his Polish counterpart Bronislaw Komorowski Thursday.

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AbeUG

Bedminster, NJ

#1 Oct 12, 2012
Those are kind words from Chech Republic president Vaclav Klaus. Its good to see the Czech Republic and Poland being close and having a good relationship.

I have to give credit to Poland for having a good working relationship with the countries on its borders. The challenge that remains is relations with Lithuania.... but I think that can be eventually resolved.

Since: Aug 12

Poughquag, NY

#2 Oct 13, 2012
Interesting that Poland is closer to Czechs than Slovaks.

Czechs are good people all Czechs I have met love Polish people.
Kmicic

Philadelphia, PA

#3 Oct 13, 2012
AbeUG wrote:
Those are kind words from Chech Republic president Vaclav Klaus. Its good to see the Czech Republic and Poland being close and having a good relationship.
I have to give credit to Poland for having a good working relationship with the countries on its borders. The challenge that remains is relations with Lithuania.... but I think that can be eventually resolved.
That is, if Lithuanians know the meaning of "meeting halfway."

Since: Aug 12

Poughquag, NY

#4 Oct 13, 2012
Kmicic wrote:
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That is, if Lithuanians know the meaning of "meeting halfway."
Yeah, most Polish people barely even care or think about Lithuania.

Untill they find out how much Lithuanians hate Polish people & their Lithuanian T.V hates Polish people & Polish people are getting attacked in Lithuania.

Lithuania would have become German like their Prussian relatives if not for Poland saving their asses.

Since: Aug 12

Poughquag, NY

#5 Oct 13, 2012
AbeUG wrote:
I have to give credit to Poland for having a good working relationship with the countries on its borders. The challenge that remains is relations with Lithuania.... but I think that can be eventually resolved.
The problem with Lithuania is that there is a large population of Polish people in Wilno / Vilnius.

Even their Baltic Latvian relatives call it Wilna. LOL So even other Balts call it Wilna & not Vilnius.

It is poor planning.

Poland should have kept Wilno & Lithuania should have got Kalingrad instead.

The capital of Lithuania should be Kalingrad rather than Wilno.

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Poland only has major Polish populations left over in Lithuania....

The Polish minority in Ukraine, Belarus, Czech Republic & Slovakia had conflict.

After WW2 the border conflicts with Ukraine, Belarus, Czech & Slovakia was settled.

The border conflict with Lithuania has not been settled as some areas of Lithuania are still majority Polish!!!!

Actually many areas of Wilno are still majority Polish!!!

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