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The US Department of State has voiced concern over Poland's plans to launch a commission to investigate "Russian influences" in Poland's previous and current governments.
Poland will close its border with Belarus to Belarusian and Russian freight vehicles from June 1 until further notice, owing to the Belarusian Supreme Court upholding an eight-year prison sentence handed down to a Belarusian-Polish activist.
Poland has sanctioned 365 Belarusian citizens and frozen the financial and economic assets of 20 entities and 16 other people linked to Russian capital after the Belarusian top court upheld a prison sentence on a Polish minority leader, the interior minister has announced.
Soldiers and fire-fighters have taken part in an operation to neutralise golden algae in the Gliwice Canal in southern Poland, the environment minister has said.
The speaker of the Senate, the upper house of the Polish parliament, has slammed the president's decision to sign into law a bill on creating a commission to investigate alleged Russian influence on Poland, calling it the start of a “creeping coup d’etat."
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said he will support a proposal by the president calling for EU leaders to set up a commission to investigate Russian influence in member states.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has signed into law legislation setting up a commission that will investigate alleged Russian influence on Poland's internal security in 2007-2022.
A majority of Poles believe that raising the 500 Plus child benefit will increase inflation, according to a Market Research Institute (IBRiS) survey for Radio ZET.
Andrzej Duda, Poland's president, has congratulated Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish president, after he secured another five years in power.