Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki held a telephone conversation on Saturday with British counterpart Boris Johnson on bilateral relations, international security and the situation of Poles in UK during the pandemic, Morawiecki said on social media.
The company announced it will be leaving Poland after 25 years to concentrate on other markets in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia.
The fragments of the Lützow warship settled at the bottom of the channel in April 1945 when the ship was the target of an air raid by the RAF 617 ‘Dambusters’ squadron. The haul that has now been raised includes the nine-tonne rear wall of the ship’s powerful 280mm gun tower, a copper range finder, screws and bolts and personal items such as lifejackets and belts.
Chef and restaurateur Damian Wawrzyniak has gone from managing Michelin-starred kitchens to baking bread for delivery to adapt to the pandemic lockdown.
A believer in hard work, famed chef Damien Wawrzyniak is busier than ever cooking food for the locked-down masses.
Participants in the fourth edition of the two-day Polish-British Belvedere Forum that started at Chatham House, London, on Tuesday discussed Polish-British cooperation in view of Britain's decision to leave the European Union.
Dubbed “a true friend of Poland” by the Polish ambassador in London, Jim Auton, a bomb aimer serving in 178 Squadron, took part in perilous missions to keep Polish combatants equipped during the ’44 Uprising.
The aim of the UK-Polish TechChallenge initiative is to bring together large corporations and tech start-ups and to support and promote innovation in both countries, said Minister of Development Jadwiga Emilewicz during a press conference on Thursday.
Friends with both Józef Piłsudski and Prince Karol Radziwiłł, Lt. General Adrian Carton de Wiart initially went to Poland for three weeks. Described as ‘unkillable’, during the Polish-Soviet war of 1920 he fought off attacking Red Army cavalry armed with nothing more than a pistol before quitting the army and leading a quiet life in a small village.
Poland's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has called on Iran to respect international laws on the freedom of navigation and to immediately release the Stena Impero, a tanker flying the British flag, taken over by Iranian forces in the Strait of Hormuz on Friday.