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    Zygmunt Dzieciolowski is a Polish journalist who currently runs the Russia section of the reputed British web magazine www.opendemocracy.net. He happened to be in Russia before the much anticipated presidential runoff between Bronislaw Komorowski and Jaroslaw Kaczynski, which is to take place on Sunday. Andrei Zolotov, Jr. spoke to his colleague about the prospects of Russian-Polish relations following the seeming reconciliation earlier this year after the Smolensk tragedy.

    Zygmunt Dzieciolowski is a Polish journalist who has traveled to many corners of Russia over the past 20 years, and currently runs the Russia section of the reputed British web magazine www.opendemocracy.net. He happened to be in Russia before the much anticipated presidential runoff between Bronislaw Komorowski and Jaroslaw Kaczynski, which is to take place on Sunday. Chief Editor of www.RussiaProfile.org, Andrei Zolotov, Jr. spoke to his colleague about the prospects of Russian-Polish relations following the seeming reconciliation earlier this year after the Smolensk tragedy. Where will our nations and governments go from here and how will the outcome of the Polish presidential elections affect the relationship? And why did www.opendemocracy.net decide to have a whole section dedicated to Russia? To create a platform for Russian intellectuals to express their views on global affairs and to have Western experts on Russia be heard in Russia, Dzieciolowski said.

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