Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier set off for Warsaw on Thursday (21 January) on a one-day trip at the invitation of his Polish counterpart Witold Waszczykowski. This was Steinmeier’s first visit to Poland since the new government came to office.
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"German-Polish relations too valuable to allow them to be used for short-term political gain" Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier set off for Warsaw on Thursday (21 January) on a one-day trip at the invitation of his Polish counterpart Witold Waszczykowski. This was Steinmeier’s first visit to Poland since the new government came to office.
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