Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Thursday that Poland seeks to combat Holocaust denial, and that is why parliament backed the government's new anti-defamation bill.
Tomasz Szatkowski, Poland's deputy defence minister, said on Wednesday that in 2017, the country's military contingents abroad totalled almost 2,500 soldiers and Staff.
The Committee of the Regions, an assembly of local and regional representatives from European Union countries, will hold a vote on Thursday about a resolution supporting the launch of the EU's disciplinary measures against Poland.
Stanislaw Karczewski, the Speaker of the Polish Senate (upper house of parliament) hosted Israel's Ambassador to Poland Anna Azari on Wednesday, as lawmakers debate a new anti-defamation bill.
The ruling Law and Justice party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski said that the Polish government will take up the issue of World War II reparations only when the estimations and relevant documents are complete.
Polish President Andrzej Duda said on Monday that Poland should calmly explain its new anti-defamation bill, but must not retreat at any cost as it has a right to defend historical truth.
Poland's Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymanski said on Monday that the rights of Polish citizens living in Great Britain are under protection until London leaves the European Union in March 2019.
Students from Poznan, west-central Poland, want to rebuild a home for lepers in India on the centenary of the birth of Fr. Marian Zelazek. A native of Poznan, he was a missionary who for years headed a leper colony in Puri, India.
A meeting devoted to undertakings aimed at protecting Poland's good name will take place on Monday at the Prime Minister's Office, the office's head Michal Dworczyk told the public TVP Info news channel on Sunday.
The punishment for using the phrase "Polish (concentration) camps" will apply in precisely defined situations and its aim is to prevent the defamation of Poland's good name; final evaluations will be made by courts, the Polish Foreign Ministry wrote on Saturday in a statement sent to PAP.