The Connecticut State Police posted a photo on Facebook in which one of the officers poses with … Lech Walesa. “You never know who you will meet,” they wrote.
“You never know who you will meet as a police officer,” the Connecticut State Police in the USA wrote on their official Facebook profile. The photograph to which this description refers shows the officer in a friendly embrace with former President Lech Walesa.
“On the same day, Connecticut State Police officers were called to report I-84 to help with a flat tire. Upon their arrival, the officers were greeted by Nobel Peace Prize winner, Poland’s first freely elected president, Lech Walesa,” the Connecticut State Police said in a statement. “Officer Lipert, who has Polish roots, was honored to help such an influential person. Gentlemen briefly told about the history of Poland” – also written.
“I never know who will cut our way. Very exciting! Welcome, Mr. President,” wrote one of the Internet users in the comments under the photo. “Great meeting. May God protect you and keep your journey safe” – added another Internet user.
Lech Walesa during a visit to the USA
Lech Walesa is on a visit to the United States, during which he meets with representatives of local authorities to draw their attention to the problem of immigrants from Russia-occupied Ukraine. During his time in Connecticut, the former president spoke with Gov. Ted Lamont, among others. An extensive photo essay, as is usually the case with Lech Walesa, can be seen on his social networks.
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