Mourners Pay Tribute to Polish President
WARSAW – Some people become immortal after their deaths and this holds true for the late polish President, Lech Kaczynski. Tons of mourners just gathered around the main Warsaw square in the two days funerary services in the honor of President Lech Kaczynski.
President Lech Kaczynski unfortunately got killed nap lance crash over west Russia about a week ago. The plane just slammed into a long row of trees while making attempts to make a landing at Smolosk, amidst cloudy weather and intense fog.
Different officials from across the world, such as the US President Obama, made plans for visiting the funeral but their plans were hindered by the huge volcanic cloud of ash over some parts of Europe. This small barricade didn’t let President Obama from expressing his grievances to the Polish officials over phone and other communication devices.
The Poles have been sad for almost a week and they have been showing their emotions through small gestures like;
* Hanging black ribbons on their windows
* Going on public mourning holiday
* Showing up in Warsaw’s Town Square with flowers and candles
* Gathering around in long lines to write a few things in the provided notebooks
Parliament speaker, Bronislaw Komorowski told media that, “There are certain moments in a nation’s life span when one can literally feel the unity and team work. The unfortunate incident of President Lech Kaczynski’s death was one of these very rare moments”.
To make matters worse, President Lech Kaczynski wasn’t alone in that tragic plane crash because he was assisted by his Wife, Maria and tons of other valuable officials. This was more than just a loss for Polish nation and everyone had to show up at the funeral because people felt it as more of a duty towards their late leader.