A foreign ministry spokesperson confirmed on Thursday that two Poles who were detained in Afghanistan have been released and are now back in Poland.
The Sejm, the lower house of the Polish parliament, has appealed to European institutions and the international community to express solidarity with Afghan women standing to lose their fundamental rights as the Taliban seized control of the country.
The Polish president has warned that Afghan migrants may appear on the Polish border if the Belarusian authorities, which have orchestrated the current crisis on the frontier, decide to create another one by bringing more migrants by air from Afghanistan.
Poland wants the EU to be a powerful partner to leading global forces like China, Russia or the US, Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Saturday after talks with Poland-visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
About 60 percent of around 1,000 Afghans evacuated from Afghanistan by Poland have filed for international protection in the country, a deputy interior minister has said.
Poland has agreed to accept 500 people evacuated from Afghanistan who cooperated with Nato, Michal Dworczyk, head of the prime minister's office, told PAP.
Poland stayed in Afghanistan until the very end of its mission there and conducted a successful evacuation from Kabul without any human casualties, the foreign minister told a Wednesday press conference.
A Polish deputy interior minister has said that the statement regarding the situation in Afghanistan, issued by EU interior ministers, has taken into account Poland's position regarding migration instrumentalisation.
One of the Afghan boys who ate highly poisonous mushrooms with his family will undergo a liver transplant in a Warsaw children's hospital. The other child is in coma.
Poland's president and prime minister have sent the US government condolences over attacks in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Thursday which killed 13 US troops and injured 18.