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February 5, 1998
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Poland’s deputy prime minister promised Jewish leaders that the new Polish government would press forward on issues of restitution to the Jewish community. Poland’s minister of art and culture also said she is going to press the issue of extending a silent zone around the Auschwitz concentration camp to “maintain the dignity of the site,” according to Kalman Sultanik, vice president of the World Jewish Congress and president of the Federation of Polish Jews in the United States.

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