Polish democracy is "alive and well," a high-ranking US State Department official said on Saturday
Polish Agriculture Minister Krzysztof Jurgiel is taking part in the International Gruene Woche (Green Week) Fair 2018, one of world's largest trade fairs of food, agriculture and horticulture, held January 19 - 28 in Berlin, the Agriculture Ministry reported in a statement.
Polish deputy Senate Speaker Adam Bielan admitted on Friday that the issue of war reparations owed to Poland by Germany had not yet been on the two governments' agenda.
Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Friday that the government was determined to look after the social community and to encourage solidarity between the generations.
The European Union and Russia signed a contract on Thursday launching new cross-border co-operation programmes between Poland and Russia and Lithuania and Russia.
Polish President Andrzej Duda took part in a debate at the United Nations Security Council on Thursday, saying any aggression should be treated as a breach of international norms, as he officially launched Poland's membership of the body for 2018-2019.
Christians and Jews held a joint prayer service on Wednesday at the mass grave of the victims of the World War II Warsaw Ghetto, as Poland celebrates the 21st annual Day of Judaism in the Catholic Church.
Polish President Andrzej Duda on Tuesday signed an amended election law that limits the number of terms of office for local government heads and introduces more transparent election procedures, presidential aide Pawel Mucha has announced.
Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki, head of the Polish Episcopate Conference said on Monday that the concern to preserve one's own security cannot outweigh the attitude that should be directed at helping other people.
Poland's Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz announced on Monday that he had asked European Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans for a meeting to discuss the EC's disciplinary action against Warsaw over judicial reforms.