Poland and Hungary will not change their migration policy, Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Wednesday in Budapest after talks with Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orban. In Orban's opinion the EU's migration policy has suffered a fiasco.
"If our 'Family 500 plus' programme inspired the Lithuanian government to introduce similar family benefits, we have cause for satisfaction, even pride," Polish Minister for Family, Labour and Social Policy Elzbieta Rafalska said on Tuesday.
Poland's non-permanent membership of the UN Security Council is a ticket to global politics, according to Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski, who stressed that during its two-year term, Warsaw wanted to focus on strengthening international law.
In his New Year speech on Sunday, President Andrzej Duda urged Poland's citizens to make 2018 a year of national pride and civic community.
The centenary of Poland regaining its independence will also be the centenary of the establishment of the General Staff of the Polish Army. As part of the planned celebrations, an away session of the NATO Military Committee will be taking place in Warsaw.