This international conference called “GenFree: Three Seas Generation Freedom”, held in Warsaw, brought together a number of outstanding politicians, diplomats and business representatives from twelve countries participating in the Three Seas Initiative. The event was also attended by numerous young people representing the titular “Generation Freedom.” They have the potential to become the greatest beneficiaries of a more profound integration of the region spanning the area between the Baltic, the Adriatic and the Black Seas.
Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki called a special video conference of the Visegrad Group (V4) prime ministers to discuss recent developments in Ukraine, the Czech Republic and Belarus.
The Polish foreign and defence ministers and their Nato counterparts have discussed the conclusion of the Resolute Support mission and the withdrawal of allied forces from Afghanistan.
Polish hospitals should have 31-32,000 beds available for COVID-19 patients by the end of next week, the prime minister said on Thursday.
The Polish government wants to avoid shutting down the economy for as long as it is possible, PM Mateusz Morawiecki said at a press conference at Warsaw's National Stadium on Thursday.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the European Alliance of News Agencies (EANA) held its first ever online conference, instead of its planned meeting in Kiev, EANA has reported.
International experts will mark the 40th anniversary of adding the Historic Centre of Warsaw to the UNESCO's World Heritage List during an online seminar to be held on October 21.
VIDEO: The language of Olga Tokarczuk’s novels is known for its richness, depth, and multifaceted references, but how do translators cope was the subject of this year’s PEN America conference.
The Polish government is increasing the unemployment benefit to PLN 1,200 (EUR 262,9) per month and introducing three months' benefits to the tune of PLN 1,300 (EUR 284.8) per person out of work, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told a Friday press conference.
In an online press conference PM Mateusz Morawiecki unveiled the government’s step-by-step plan to getting the country out of lockdown saying that restaurants could reopen soon. But he warned that shopping centre food courts and on-site catering services would remain closed, fitness clubs, recreational areas and cinemas located in shopping centres will also remain closed and hotel restaurants and recreational areas will remain shut.