The Polish government will make sure that public finances are stable in 2023 and 2024 as the global crisis is spreading, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has pledged.
A thought-out and long-term approach to integrating Ukrainian citizens in Poland may raise the country's GDP by 0.2 to 3.5 percent, a report from consultancy Deloitte has claimed.
The Polish government has published details of a diplomatic note it sent to Germany demanding EUR 1.32 trillion in compensation for the damage inflicted on Poland during the Second World War.
Poland is interested in joining Nato’s Nuclear Sharing programme, the Polish president's foreign policy advisor said on Friday.
Poland's education minister has told PAP that 'Rainbow Friday,' an annual event initiated by the Campaign Against Homophobia, will not take place nationwide and only in a "marginal number of schools."
Polish pensions will be indexed by 13.8 percent from March 2023 under a law passed by the Sejm, the lower house of parliament, on Thursday.
Piotr Trytek, a Polish general, was on Thursday appointed operational commander of a European Union training mission for Ukrainian soldiers, PAP has confirmed.
Solidarity, Poland's biggest trade union, will hold a demonstration in Warsaw on November 17, the union leader has announced.
Three NGOS have filed a complaint with the European Commission (EC) over a Polish-Czech agreement concerning the Turów lignite mine on the Polish-Czech border.
The Polish Senate's website came under multi-directional hacker attack on Thursday morning, including from the Russian Federation, a day after the Senate branded Russia a terrorist regime.