Last quote by Bronislaw Komorovski
It was the decision of the citizens of free and democratic Poland. Democracy means that one should not only recognise the voters' verdict but respect it as well. For this reason I congratulate my opponent in the elections Andrzei Duda.
May 24 2015
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Bronislaw Komorovski is associated, including Ukraine and Poland. Most recently, Bronislaw Komorovski has been quoted saying: “I have to look reality in the eyes. I have to draw conclusions from the result of yesterday's voting, and in my opinion – I will say it again, as I said yesterday – I should listen to the voters.” in the article Incumbent Polish president admits he needs to listen to the voters. An other article where Bronislaw Komorovski has been quoted is Poland to beef up military with US missiles and French helicopters.
Quotes by Bronislaw Komorovski
May 11 2015
I have to look reality in the eyes. I have to draw conclusions from the result of yesterday's voting, and in my opinion – I will say it again, as I said yesterday – I should listen to the voters.
Apr 22 2015
It is very important we do not waste time, and that we make quick decision.
Apr 09 2015
One cannot fail to see that an aggressor's troops, tanks, armoured transporters and missile launchers are in Ukraine. Today, only blind people can turn a blind eye to this lie. The western world must understand that it will be safe only when Ukraine is safe.
Sep 01 2014
History tells us that there is still need for courage and determination in defying those who threaten the international order, peace and freedom.
Jul 14 2013
I believe that under no circumstances can violence and ethnic cleansing be used to resolve conflicts between neighboring countries and can not be justified by political, religious or economical reasons.
Jul 05 2010
This was an unusually difficult campaign, because it took place in the shadow of the Smolensk catastrophe, in the shadow of the floods, it, was a campaign which proved that the Polish state, even in the most difficult of moments, passes the test and copes as a democratic government.