Russia must fail politically, militarily and economically in Ukraine for Europe to be safe, Poland's president, Andrzej Duda, has said.
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.
Those who fail to support Ukraine in its fight against Russia have either betrayed the values of Western civilisation or have been brainwashed by Russia, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said.
Poland supports the confiscation of Russian capital which could then be used to rebuild Ukraine, also with the help of Polish entrepreneurs, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister has said.
Though the exact figure remains unknown, it is thought that anything between 40,000 tons to 100,000 tons of potential pollutants could lie at the bottom of the Baltic, including mines, barrels of chemical waste, and bombs.
“Increased disinformation activities began with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Russian aggression in Ukraine only intensified them.
“The propaganda and disinformation related to the war in Ukraine will not disappear on their own, to fight with them, we need to educate the public, journalists and editors,” said Branka-Gabriela Vojvodić, President of the Croatian Press Agency (HINA) on Tuesday, during the international conference Media of the Future organized for the fourth time by the Polish Press Agency.
The latest content management systems are always adapted to the target customer, which allows you to implement innovative projects based on verified systems, says Evi Varsou, Director of the Media and CMS Department of the Athens Technology Center (ATC).
A special guest of the Media of the Future conference organized by the Polish Press Agency was Nataliia Kostina, Editor-in-Chief of the Foreign Department of the National News Agency of Ukraine—Ukrinform.
"The most effective way to gradually eradicate fake news from the public debate is to make it easier for citizens to access information prepared by press agencies," said Kiril Valchev, General Director of the Bulgarian Press Agency (BTA).