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Sen. Christopher Dodd (D) of Connecticut is in Warsaw to meet Communist officials, making him the highest-ranking US official to visit Poland since martial law was imposed in 1981. He discussed the possibility of lifting American sanctions and allowing Poland more time to pay off its huge debt to Western governments. Polish government officials, who have complained the Reagan administration's retaliation for martial law cost them billions of dollars in losses, said privately they welcome any overtures.

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