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Graduates of the Moscow state Institute of international relations (MGIMO) dismissed from senior positions in the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Poland. This was stated by the head of Department Jacek Czaputowicz, reports on Monday, September 10, TASS.
According to him, the highest cadre of the Ministry changed almost 100 percent. “In leadership positions either in the country or abroad, now there are no persons who would be in the lists of personnel of Communist services or students of the Moscow MGIMO”, — said the Minister.
Czaputowicz added that the government is important for loyalty of officials to the government policy. According to TASS, the Minister almost immediately after taking office in January, announced the intention to dismiss older workers and to accept the “new footage”.
Earlier in September, it was reported that a former employee of one of the Polish ministries was formally charged with spying for Russia. The man passed on information received on activity in the economy.
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