Poland calls for return of important war crimes documents
Poland has asked Germany to return tens of thousands of documents relating to war crimes committed by the Nazis and the rescue of Jews by Poles.
Polish national gas firm PGNiG surprised at EC's Gazprom decision
In a statement sent to PAP on Thursday, Poland's national gas monopolist PGNiG said it was surprised and disappointed by the European Commission's decision to approve an agreement with Russia's gas giant Gazprom.
Russian agents in Poland a real threat, says Polish secret service
A Russian woman has been detained for hybrid actions targeting Poland. The woman, referred to as Jekaterina C, was detained by the Internal Security Agency (ABW) on May 17. She is due to be extradited – and banned from returning to Poland.
Polish footballers' World Cup bus to bear the "Go Poland" slogan
Poland's football team bus for the forthcoming World Cup in Russia will be decorated with the slogan "Go Poland," as chosen by internet users, football's world governing body FIFA announced on Thursday.
Crisis between Warsaw and Tel Aviv is partly frozen - Israeli Ambassador
Anna Azari, Israel's ambassador to Poland, said on Thursday that the crisis between the two countries over Poland's new anti-defamation law, is currently "partly frozen" as everybody awaits the verdict of the Constitutional Tribunal on the new legislation.
Polish space industry growing - entrepreneurship minister
Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology Jadwiga Emilewicz said on Thursday that Poland's space industry is expanding at a fast rate.
Polish scientists look for new bacteria to tackle dirty water
One of the most pressing global concerns today is the search for cheap and effective ways for securing water. Now scientists from the Silesian Unviersity of Technology are racing around the clock to create a bacteria capable of filtering waste.
Poland is disappointed with the result of EU's steps over Gazprom – Deputy Foreign Minister
Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymański told PAP that the government is disappointed with the European Commission's years-long anti-monopoly procedure against Russian gas conglomerate Gazprom, which ended without the imposition of fines or damages.
Polish Eaglewatch foundation to offer more assistance to Yazidis in Iraq
The Polish Eaglewatch Foundation helping victims of terrorism in the Middle East plans to increase its assistance to Yazidis in Iraq, PAP was told by Eaglewatch representative Dawid Czyż.
Polish Humanitarian Action to repair water supply system in Iraq
The new project planned by the Polish Humanitarian Action (PAH) in Iraq is aimed at repairing the water supply system destroyed by the war against the Islamic State in the provinces of Nineveh and Salah ad Din. It is co-financed by Poland.
Poland needs own capital and enterprise - PM
Poland needs its own capital and enterprise, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told entrepreneurs and administration staff on Wednesday at a meeting on SME reforms in Przygodzice, western Poland.