Poland has one of Europe’s oldest traditions of statehood and “does not need to be trained in democracy and the rule of law,” Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, said in Berlin on Monday.
Poland could receive the first payments from the EU's multi-billion pandemic fund in late spring, provided that required laws are passed, the Polish EU minister has said.
Poland's prime minister has said the leadership of Solidary Poland, a Eurosceptic and junior member of the ruling coalition, has asked for a few days to consider whether to support a judicial reform bill.
EU energy ministers at a meeting in Brussels on Tuesday failed to reach an agreement on a planned price cap on gas, Poland's climate minister reported after the session.
As many as 68.6 percent of Poles believe that Poland will receive EU post-pandemic recovery funds, according to a new United Survey poll published by the Wirtualna Polska website on Monday.
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Polish families have taken in more than 1.4 million war refugees from Ukraine, a Polish deputy interior minister said at a Thursday conference on Polish aid to Ukraine in the European Parliament (EP) in Brussels.
Poland's national air carrier LOT has called off its flights to and from Brussels on Wednesday due to a planned strike in its capital city of Belgium on that day, a LOT spokesman has said.
Piotr Trytek, a Polish general, was on Thursday appointed operational commander of a European Union training mission for Ukrainian soldiers, PAP has confirmed.
Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland's prime minister, said on Friday that a whole raft of proposals related to energy policy had been adopted as conclusions of an EU Council summit in Brussels, which he described as Poland’s success.