The Senate of the Republic of Poland hosted another seminar in a series of Polish-Kazakh seminars. These seminars are an effect of the cooperation of Polish Senate, including the Senate Legislative Committee run by Senator Doctor Piotr Zientarski and the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Poland headed by Ambassador Yerik Utembayev. These seminars serve the purpose of mutual closing and getting to know of the representatives of both countries’ parliamentary, scientific and cultural environments. The leading subjects of the June seminar were the issues of deportation of Polish people to Kazakhstan under Stalin rule and the relations of the Kazakh state with European countries – especially with Poland – in Middle Ages. In the seminar participated among others Vice Director of the Eastern Department Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mr Zdzisław Raczyński, Head for the Senate Legislative Committee and Deputy Head for Kazakh-Polish Parliamentary Group Dr Piotr Zientarski, Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Poland Mr Yerik Utembayev, Head for the Department of Legal Systems and Human Rights of Zielona Góra University Faculty of Law and Administration Professor Andrzej Bisztyga, Head for the Department of Public Law, Human Rights and European Law of the University of Social Sciences and Humanities Faculty of Law and Administration and President of the Asia-Pacific Society Doctor Adam Marszałek. The active participants of the seminar were Doctor Władysław Sokołowski, former Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Kazakhstan and Professor Andrzej Wierzbicki of Warsaw University. The seminar was attended by numerous Members of Parliament and representatives of various academic centres.