Poland needs its own capital and enterprise, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told entrepreneurs and administration staff on Wednesday at a meeting on SME reforms in Przygodzice, western Poland.
At a sitting of the National Development Council on June 12, Polish President Andrzej Duda will make public for final consultation the proposed questions for a referendum on changes to the constitution, presidential aide Paweł Mucha announced on Wednesday.
A Russian woman has been detained for hybrid actions targeting Poland. The woman, referred to as Jekaterina C, was detained by the Internal Security Agency (ABW) on May 17. She is due to be extradited – and banned from returning to Poland.
Polish and Slovenian Presidents Andrzej Duda and Borut Pahor unveiled a memorial on Wednesday to Slovenian soldiers fallen in the First World War at a war cemetery in Gorlice, southeastern Poland.
An Israeli soldier who took a poster saying ‘You also had a part’ to Auschwitz will be prosecuted, the Israeli Defence Force (IDF) has announced.
As Poland pushes to reduce its dependence on Russian gas, plans for Baltic Pipe are moving forward. The project will create a new gas supply corridor on the European market, enabling Norwegian gas to be sent directly to Denmark and Poland. The exact route will be chosen in June, the Polish government’s plenipotentiary for strategic energy infrastructure Piotr Naimski announced. Once the decision is made, the first pipe could be laid in 2020, he indicated.
The situation of the Palestinians is like that of the Poles during the partition years, Palestinian Ambassador in Poland Mahmoud Khalifa said in a Tuesday radio interview.
"We are trying to work out a solution for the Gaza Strip thanks to which no more people will be killed. We encourage both sides in the conflict to further talks and we still hope for its peaceful resolution, Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said in New York.
President Andrzej Duda has signed into law a draft amendment to the law on the Supreme Court (SN) under which extraordinary appeals against court verdicts to the Supreme Court will be filed only by the Prosecutor General and the National Ombudsman.
"Ukraine is still an object of military aggression and the illegal occupation of its territory; ceasefire in this country is still far from implemented," Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said in New York on Tuesday.