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July 5, 1947

Telegram 1084/P sent by Romanian Ambassador Raiciu in Warsaw, Poland

A telegram regarding the Polish attitude towards the Marshall Plan. The author explains that Poland would like to take part in reconstruction of Europe, but believes a priority should have been given to the countries affected direct by the German occupation.

April 1, 1992

The Chancellor's [Helmut Kohl's] Meeting with Polish President Walesa on Tuesday, 31 March 1992

Kohl and Walesa talk about Poland's eagerness for EC membership and their shared irritation about general Western reservation in terms of EC enlargement. They discuss the desire of the Visegrad countries for NATO membership. Kohl reiterates his aim to to have a relationship with Poland that was similar to the German friendship with France.

March 21, 1990

Working Record of a Conversation of Prime Minister Tadeusz Mazowiecki with Deputy Secretary of State L. Eagleburger

At a working lunch, Mazowiecki and Deputy Secretary of State L. Eagleburger discuss the dangers of Balkanization. Additionally, they discuss the difficulties of European unification in the current political climate. 

March 21, 1990

Working Record of a Conversation of Prime Minister Mazowiecki with Secretary of the Treasury of the United States N. Brady

Mazowiecki and Brady discuss Poland’s debt and potential solutions, and Poland's transition from a communist economy to a capitalist economy.

March 22, 1990

Working Record of a Conversation of Prime Minister Tadeusz Mazowiecki with Secretary of Labor of the United States, Elizabeth Dole

Dole and Mazowiecki discuss Poland’s economy, US economic aid, and US-backed development projects.

March 22, 1990

Working Record of a Conversation of Prime Minster Tadeusz Mazowiecki with Vice President of the United States D. Quayle

Mazowiecki, Quayle, and Dabrowski discuss Poland’s economy, inflation, and the IMF.

March 21, 1990

Working Record of the Conversation between the Prime Minister, Tadeusz Mazowiecki and the US Secretary of Defense D. Cheney

Mazowiecki and Cheney discuss Poland’s military, Soviet troop withdraw, and the future of NATO.

March 21, 1990

Working Record of the Talks of the Prime Minister T. Mazowiecki, with CIA Director W. Webster

Mazowiecki and CIA Director W. Webster discussed relaxing COCOM restrictions and Gorbachev’s response to both Lithuanian independence and German reunification.

March 21, 1990

Minutes of a Conversation of Prime Minister Tadeusz Mazowiecki with US President George Bush

Over two days of meetings, Bush and Mazowiecki discuss German reunification, the future of relations with the Soviet Union/Russia, and NATO.

July 5, 1990

Minutes of the Final Meeting with the CIA on 2 July 1990

Krzysztof Kozłowski, Paul Redmond, and others from the Polish and American intelligence services discuss bilateral cooperation, particularly in the area of counterterrorism.

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