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Rapacki

(Polish raˈpatski)
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(Biography) Adam (ˈadam). 1909–70, Polish politician: foreign minister (1956–68): proposed (1957) the denuclearization of Poland, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, and West Germany (the Rapacki Plan): rejected by the West because of Soviet predominance in conventional weapons
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Particularly relevant example might be so-called The Rapacki Plan from 1957 that called for creating a non-nuclear zone in Poland, and both Western and Eastern Germany, Czechoslovakia and it was proposed by the Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Adam Rapacki in Wladyslaw Gomulka's government (9).
We're treating the European Championship as a chance to make things civilized," tournament security chief Adam Rapacki told anti-racism campaigners who wrapped up two-day talks in the capital Warsaw Wednesday.