Since 2015, the resources allocated by the Polish government to humanitarian aid have increased sixfold, Polish Humanitarian Aid Minister Beata Kempa said after a cabinet meeting on Tuesday.
The Secretariat for Interparliamentary Cooperation of Central and Eastern Europe has been established in the Sejm (lower house), Sejm Speaker Marek Kuchciński wrote on Twitter on Monday.
Sixty-eight percent of Poles expressed a positive opinion about their financial situation, while 22 percent said their situation had worsened over the year, the KRD Economic Information Bureau said in a report.
The Polish Senate (upper house) on Friday night adopted a draft law on higher education and science, with amendments. Dubbed 'Bill 2.0,' the bill introduces the first comprehensive reform of Poland's scientific research system in more than 12 years.
"We, Poles, did not receive our parliamentarism as a gift, nor did anyone impose it on us, it is our own achievement," President Andrzej Duda said in a Friday's address to the National Assembly on the occasion of the 550th anniversary of the Polish parliament.
The London Jewish community on Thursday honoured persons who helped Jews during the Holocaust, including two Poles, Irena Sendler and Janusz Korczak, by unveiling commemorative plaques dedicated to them at the Hoop Lane cemetery, located north of the city.
Polish President Andrzej Duda said on Thursday that the latest NATO summit proved the alliance's unity and a focus on higher defence spending, for which Poland has already been praised by the US head of state, Donald Trump.
The Volhynia massacre shocks not only with the number of those killed, not only with its cruelty, but also with its planned methodology, President Andrzej Duda wrote in a letter read at ceremonies in Warsaw on Wednesday marking the 75th anniversary of the tragic events.
The direction that NATO is heading in is good for Poland's security, Defence Minister Mariusz Błaszczak said on Wednesday morning before his departure for a NATO summit in Brussels.
Poland is for reasonable Brexit negotiations and wants the closest-possible cooperation with Britain in economy and security, PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Tuesday after the Western Balkans Summit in London.