Today’s news round up in Poland

Today’s news round up in Poland Kalbar/TFN

Start your day with a summary of today’s top stories from Poland’s leading news sites. - Polish strategic companies, critical infrastructure, hospitals and even law firms are being attacked by pro-Russian hackers, the Rzeczpospolita website reported. The wave of cyberattacks on strategic targets and infrastructure has been growing for many months. As the daily has learned, there are nearly 3,700 cyberattatacks weekly. The last example was the Kremlin-linked Killnet group hacking into the major fertilizer producer Police and paralyzing the company's systems. – On Easter Sunday, a train from Gdanski Station in Warsaw that was supposed to go to Terespol (eastern Poland), close to the border with Belarus, turned out to be a train going to Budapest, Hungary. For many years, Gdanski Station has served mainly for suburban trains but everything changed with the renovation of Dworzec Zachodni (Western Station) in Warsaw, which caused dozens of connections to be redirected to Gdanski Station. That station is a mess, trains are late and diverted to the wrong tracks, the Gazeta Wyborcza website claimed. PKP Intercity, Poland's state-owned train operator, apologised on Twitter and wrote that the company is doing its best to minimize the possibility of errors related to the content of announcements. - The National Prosecutor's Office has issued an arrest warrant for Krystian B. (surname withheld under Polish law), better known as 'Jongmen.' According to investigators, the rapper allegedly helped a Pomeranian gangster a.k.a. 'Frog' to buy 15 kg of amphetamine and 10 kg of klefedrone in 2020. Jongmen has already been wanted by the police since March 2022. Two months later, it was decided to search for the rapper, who, sensing trouble, remains abroad. – Inflation (CPI) in March in Poland was lower than in February. According to Poland's Central Statistical Office (GUS), consumer prices in March rose 16.2 percent year on year while February inflation stood at 18.4 percent year on year. However, Poles have a different opinion on the subject, as the latest United Surveys poll for radio station RMF FM and the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily shows. The majority of respondents (69.3 percent) think that inflation is not lower. Less than one quarter (23.9 percent) believe that inflation has decreased.