Poland-Indonesia relations: Not just about red and white
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Separated by geographical distance, Poland and Indonesia have much in common. The two nations use identical colors of red and white for their flags, and their respective histories are full of wars for independence and maintaining national unity. Without much fanfare, relations between the two countries have survived world and regime changes, since they were first established in the late 1...
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