The Polish Ministry of International Trade announced today that it will aggressively promote the export of Polish condoms to aids-afflicted areas of sub-Saharan Africa.
This decision follows an endorsement of the Polish made rubbers by African Health Ministers at their annual meeting in Gaborne, Botswana.
According to the official communique issued at the conclusion of the meeting, "We highly recommend these Polack prophylactics because they are inexpensive, come in different flavors, and only leak about forty percent of the time, or when used more than once."
In addition, according to a number of governments of countries where the Polish condoms have been sold, an added benefit has been a noticeable rise in the birth rate.
Said one one official, Paul Lobchek, who spoke on condition of anonymity, "this increase in births has offset, to some degree, population losses due to aids-related deaths."
This view seems to echo the sales slogan of the Gdansk Tire Company which manufactures a particularly popular brand of contraceptives: "Polish Rubbers: A Good Fit All Around!"