Tour of Poland: “A race must promote freedom”

Lech Walesa believes that Communist dictatorships in Eastern Europe didn’t begin to crumble when the Berlin Wall fell in 1989 but rather when the workers' resistance movement started in Gdansk in 1980. The Nobel Peace Price winner and former President of Poland will go back to the coastal city on Sunday for the first stage of the Tour of Poland, an event which will this year pays tribute to the fight against the Soviet regime.

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