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(kvɑsˈnyɛv ski)
Aleksander, born 1954, president of Poland since 1995.
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At the Forum organized by the National Institute for Strategic Studies, Ukraine will be represented by Leonid Kravchuk, Leonid Kuchma and Viktor Yushchenko, Belarus - Stanislav Shushkevich, Bulgaria - Petar Stoyanov, Lithuania - Vytautas Landsbergis, Latvia - Valdis Zatlers, Moldova - Petru Lucinschi, Poland - Alexander Kwasniewski.
Bulgaria stands no chance in the UN Secretary General race if it changes its candidate to take up the office, former Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski has said.
Kwasniewski, president of Belcan Engineering, has been named Belcan's chief executive officer.
As Ukraine's 'biggest private gas firm', Burisma Holdings Ltd says on its web site that Kwasniewski "was appointed director of the company in 2014".
A new chapter in Saudi-Polish bilateral relations was opened by the official visit of President Aleksander Kwasniewski to the Kingdom in March 2004.
Olga Kwasniewski, owner of Thai Island Restaurant, 456 Main St.
I strongly support the European integration of Macedonia and all Balkan countries, former Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski told Deutsche Welle on 9 May 2014.
Chris Slater and James Garbett, of Walker Morris, gave a legal perspective on Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) while Chris Kwasniewski, from the Homes and Communities Agency, explained its evolving role in supporting residential development.
On 5 December, the European Parliament decided to prolong the mission of Pat Cox and Aleksander Kwasniewski in Ukraine.
The envoys did not appear to have a good story to tell, though Kwasniewski expressed the hope that Ukraine's parliament would be finally able to agree on terms for Tymoshenko's release on November 19 when it meets again.
Alexander Kwasniewski and Leszek Miller, who were president and prime minister at the time it was allegedly used as a CIA prison, have denied the existence of the Stare Kiekuty black site.
25, two former presidents of Lithuania and Poland, Valdas Adamkus and Aleksander Kwasniewski, arrived at Litexpo to discuss Lithuanian-Polish relations on the pretext of a published diary by Adamkus.