Documents on Walesa’s alleged communist collaboration to be published on February 22
Poland’s Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) will publish the first part of documents regarding alleged cooperation of Poland’s former President and Solidarity anti-communist movement legend Lech Walesa with communist-era secret services on Monday at noon, IPN President Lukasz Kaminski said.
IPN said that some of documents found in the house of communist-era notable Czeslaw Kiszczak confirm Walesa in early 1970s was an agent under the code name Bolek. Kaminski said the documents show Walesa also took money for this cooperation.
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