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Poland
Practice Relating to Rule 142. Instruction in International Humanitarian Law within Armed Forces
In 1999, Poland held several seminars and courses for military officers. The Polish Ministry of Defence issued new material for teaching the international law of armed conflict to non-commissioned officers and private soldiers. In addition, an agreement on dissemination of IHL was signed between the Ministry of Defence of Poland and the ICRC. 
ICRC, Advisory Service, 1999 Annual Report, Geneva, 2000, p. 54.
In 2005, in a cooperation agreement concluded between the Polish Minister of National Defence and the Polish Red Cross, it was stated:
2. The Polish Red Cross shall:
2) publicize international humanitarian law of armed conflict and assist the national defence agency with educational activities conducted in the Polish Armed Forces;
3) support the process of implementing international law of armed conflict, with particular attention to regulations governing the protection of the Red Cross emblem. 
Poland, Cooperation Agreement Between the Minister of National Defence and the Polish Red Cross, Warsaw, 8 February 2005, published in MON Official Journal of 2005, No. 3, item 18, § 2(2)–(3).
In 2005, in his decision on compliance with principles for the protection of cultural property in the activities of the armed forces, Poland’s Minister of National Defence stated:
2. The following tasks and responsibilities shall be assigned to senior staff of the Ministry of National Defence [MOD], directors (heads) of organizational cells of the MOD and commanders of categories of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland in matters relating to the protection of cultural property:
2) The PA Chief of General Staff ensures:
a) compliance by all levels of command with the Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict in the process of decision-making on combat operations, operations during peacekeeping missions and alliance operations, action to prevent or combat the effects of terrorism, catastrophes and natural disasters or their consequences, and during military training and exercises,
3) The Commanders of the categories of the Armed Forces:
b) include in training programs for troops under their command the problems of the protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict, during peacekeeping missions and alliance operations, action to prevent or combat terrorism, catastrophes and natural disasters or their consequences, and during military training and exercises;
4) Commander Chancellors of Military Academies and officer training institutes, and commanders of training centres ensure the inclusion in training programs of the problems of the protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict, during peacekeeping missions and alliance operations, action to prevent or combat terrorism, catastrophes and natural disasters and their consequences, and during military training and exercises, in accordance with the range of training topics specified in the attached instruction (Annex No. 1 to the instruction);
5) The Director of the Department of Defence Education and Promotion:
a) organizes and supervises the overall operations relating to the dissemination of information on and building awareness of protection of cultural property issues in the military environment,
b) compiles catalogues of historical monuments for use in operational decisions in the course of combat operations for national and alliance (Polish territory) troops and also during peace-keeping missions and alliance operations, action to prevent or combat terrorism, catastrophes and natural disasters, and also during military training and exercises,
e) organizes training relating to the protection of cultural property for professional military service troops, staff of the national defence agency and reserve troops, and maintains a register of the persons trained,
f) develops training materials and organizes training for troops participating in operations organized under the auspices of the United Nations (UN), the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), the European Union (EU), or other multinational operations,
6) The Director of the Infrastructure Department:
b) organizes within the agency specialized training in matters relating to the protection of immovable cultural property and its protection during exceptional threats war- and peace-time,
3. The provisions of paragraph … 2.4 of the decision shall be implemented in official activities by 31 December 2007. 
Poland, Decision No. 250/MON by the Minister of National Defence on compliance with the principles for the protection of cultural property in the activities of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland, 4 August 2005, published in MON Official Journal of 2005, No. 15, item 135, §§ 2–3.