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[no title]: Initial words in entry “I love my job. As a former public diplomacy teacher …”

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Katarzyna Rybka-Iwańska

Katarzyna Rybka-Iwańska • 1st


Head, Political and Economic Section, Embassy of Poland in Israel
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    I love my job. As a former public diplomacy [JB emphasis] teacher (hope to teach again in the future!) I am very happy to accompany the representatives of the Markowa Museum of Poles Saving Jews during their visit to Israel (here we are at Yad Vashem yesterday) and to experience hashtag#museumdiplomacy in practice.
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