December 31, 1981
The curfew was suspended in order to allow people to take part in New Year's Eve celebrations.
The Primate of Hungary, Laszlo Lekai, appealed for the provision of food aid for Poland. The gifts were to be handed over to the Polish Episcopate.
Records of the Ministry of Internal Affairs: "On one of the streets in the township of Supraśl, a plaque was installed with the words "To the victims of December 1970 and 1981", and flowers were placed.