Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Tuesday visited a school and a clinic for Syrian refugees in the Akkar district in northern Lebanon, in the area immediately adjacent to the Syrian border.
Fifty Polish and Arab cadets, students of the Polish Naval Academy in Gdynia (northern Poland), are taking part in a joint two-month-long training voyage from Gdynia to the Persian Gulf, on board the Polish training ship ORP "Wodnik".
The European Union has accepted Poland's explanation regarding logging in the Bialowieza Forest and for the time being has no plans to ask the European Court of Justice to fine Poland, an EU sources has told PAP.
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki has received a medal from the American Institute of Polish Culture during the 46th Polish diaspora ball in Miami, Florida, Polish Senator Anna Anders told PAP on Sunday.
Poland's amended Act on Foreigners takes effect on Monday, bringing Polish regulations into line with European Union law. From now on, foreign employees from outside the EU will be allowed to be posted by their company for a spell in Poland.
Poland's Minister of Investment and Development Jerzy Kwiecinski said on Saturday that the controversy between Poland and the US over the anti-defamation law is just "a communication error" that needs to be fixed.
The head of the Polish National Security Bureau (BBN) Pawel Soloch said on Saturday that President Andrzej Duda's decision regarding the anti-defamation law dispels any doubts regarding Poland's right to defend its reputation.
Arkady Rzegocki, Poland’s ambassador in London responded on Friday to a public appeal, published on Tuesday in the British daily “The Guardian”, made by Polish opposition politicians and intellectuals regarding Poland's new anti-defamation bill.
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto declared on Friday that Hungary "will always veto any sanctions on Poland during a vote in a European institution."
Communists failed to bury the memory of the Doomed Soldiers, head of Poland's Office for War Veterans and Victims of Oppression (UKOR), Jan Jozef Kasprzyk said on Friday during a presentation of special medals to anti-communist veterans in Krakow, south Poland.