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6.7.2017. 18:00
predsjednik Trump u Varšavi- nema posjete židovskom getu
 

Trump didn’t visit the Warsaw Ghetto monument, and some Polish Jews are upset


Jewish leaders in Poland criticized President Donald Trump for not including a stop at a Warsaw Ghetto Uprising monument on his itinerary while visiting their country. The rebuke Wednesday came in a joint statement from Poland’s chief rabbi, Michael Schudrich; Anna Chipczynska, president of the Jewish Community of Warsaw, and Leslaw Piszewski, president of the Union of Jewish Communities of Poland, in which they called the absence of a presidential visit to the Monument to the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto a “slight.”

Židovski lideri u Poljskoj su kritizirali predsjednika Donalda Trumpa zato što nije uključio  u svoj program  posjete Poljske  i posjetu spomeniku  ustanku u Varšavskom getu.  Reakcija je došla u zajedničkoj izjavi Michaela Schuldricha ( glavni rabin Poljske),  Anna Chipczynska  (predsjednice Židovske zajednice u Varšavi ) i   Leslaw Piszewski,  (predsjednik Unije židovskih zajednica u Poljskoj). U svojoj  izjavi su kazali da su  uvijek,  od pada komunizma 1989, svi predsjednici USA i potpredsjednici su prilikom  posjete Varšavi  posjetili i  mjesto koje predstavlja univerzalnu komemoraciju žrtvama Holokausta i osudu  zločinaca.

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....“We deeply regret that President Donald Trump, though speaking in public barely a mile away from the monument, chose to break with that laudable tradition, alongside so many other ones,” they added. “We trust that this slight does not reflect the attitudes and feelings of the American people.”