Bulgarian-Polish Treaty of 1948 on Friendship, Cooperation, and Mutual
Bulgarian-Polish Treaty of 1948 on Friendship, Cooperation, and Mutual Assistance
signed in Warsaw on May 29 by G. Dimitrov, chairman of the Council of Ministers of the People’s Republic of Bulgaria (PRB), and V. Kolarov, vice-chairman of the Council of Ministers and minister of foreign affairs of the PRB, for Bulgaria, and J. Cyrankiewicz. chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Polish People’s Republic (PPR), and Z. Modzelewski, minister of foreign affairs of the PPR, for Poland.
The Bulgarian-Polish Treaty of 1948 was concluded for 20 years. The two parties pledged to adopt all measures in their power to prevent aggression by Germany or any other state allied with Germany in one way or another. In case of such aggression, Bulgaria and Poland pledged to give each other military and any other necessary aid immediately. Both parties pledged not to conclude treaties or participate in any actions directed against the other contracting party. Both countries resolved to consult each other on all important international questions. The Bulgarian-Polish Treaty of 1948 provided for the broadening and strengthening of mutual economic, cultural, and other ties.