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.
Beata Kempa, Poland's minister for humanitarian aid, on a visit to Jordan since Saturday, met in Amman on Sunday with UNICEF and Jordanian officials. She announced talks with her EU counterparts on the organisation of joint humanitarian assistance.
The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOSP) foundation collected funds for purchases of medical equipment for neonatal wards at its 26th nation-wide Grand Finale on Sunday.
Over 1,000 soldiers from Poland's 12th Mechanised Brigade will shortly go to Germany for the international Allied Spirit VIII exercises. The 'Blue Brigade' will send mostly logistics specialists and sappers who will take with them several hundred specialist vehicles.
After the first quarter of the temporary operation of CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement) between the EU and Canada, there is an even greater interest in economic cooperation between Poland and Canada, trade representatives told PAP.
Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki held a phone conversation on Friday with the US Vice President Mike Pence, receiving congratulations on becoming Polish head of government, as well as an invitation to Washington.
Demographic programmes, family assistance programmes, and a complex programme of support for senior citizens will be the areas of activity of a new Social Committee of the Council of Ministers headed by deputy Prime Minister Beata Szydlo.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said on Thursday he hoped the European Union's disciplinary measures against Poland over judicial reforms would not go so far as to require a vote by EU leaders.