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08WARSAW1037 2008-09-04 14:52:00 CONFIDENTIAL Embassy Warsaw
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UNGA THIRD COMMITTEE: POLAND STILL SUPPORTIVE

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SIPDIS

IO/RHS REBECCA JOVIN,
DRL/MLGA LYNN SICADE

E.O. 12958: DECL: 09/03/2018
TAGS: PREL PHUM UNGA PL
SUBJECT: UNGA THIRD COMMITTEE: POLAND STILL SUPPORTIVE

REF: STATE 93981

Classified By: Political Counselor F. Daniel Sainz. Reason 1.4 (b and
d)

(C) As it has done in the past, Poland continues to support
U.S. positions on resolutions for Burma, DPRK, and Iran.
Polish MFA Deputy Director Miroslaw Luczka of the Department
of United Nations Systems and Human Rights told Poloffs that
Poland would support such resolutions, and shared U.S.
opposition to the "No Action Motions" and the concept of
"defamation of religions." On Sudan, Luczka expressed doubts
about whether Poland will support a resolution, and said it
depends almost entirely on the EU discussions in Brussels
(which Luczka was to participate in on September 4).
Similarly, Luczka said that Poland will likely support a
resolution on Zimbabwe, but that it would also depend on the
EU discussions. Luczka confirmed the MFA's continued
interest in the planned DVC on UNGA Third Committee and other
human rights agenda items; the DVC will involve DRL, IO, and
L, and their Polish MFA counterparts.
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