Israel–Poland relations refer to diplomatic and commercial ties between Israel and Poland. Maciej Kozlowski, Poland's former ambassador to Israel, has described Poland as Israel's strongest ally in Europe.
Poland broke off relations with Israel after the Six-Day War of 1967, following the lead of other countries of the Soviet-controlled Eastern Bloc. It was the first Eastern bloc country to recognize Israel again in 1986. The Israel-Poland Chamber of Commerce was established in 1988. Full diplomatic relations were reestablished in 1990.
After talks between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk in Warsaw in January 2010, the two leaders pledged to deepen and develop Polish-Israeli relations. In 2010, the Israel Council on Foreign Relations and the Polish Institute of International Affairs marked 20 years of bilateral relations between the countries with a Foreign Policy Conference held in Jerusalem.
- History of the Jews in Poland
- International recognition of Israel
- Jewish-Polish history (1989–present)
- Tsur, Nissan (October 25, 2012). "Catholic Poles fight to ensure history doesn't repeat itself". The Times of Israel. Retrieved October 27, 2012.
- Israel-Poland Chamber of Commerce
- Poland Resumes Full Diplomatic Ties With Israel, New York Times, February 28, 1990
- Poland and Israel to intensify bilateral relations
- Israel and Poland mark 20 years of ties
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