A meeting of foreign ministers from the Bucharest Nine (B9) will focus on security in Central and Eastern Europe, a presidential advisor said on Thursday morning.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, and the heads of government of several other Central and Eastern European countries have written an open letter to the leaders of global Big Tech companies urging them to step up the fight against disinformation.
Poland’s qualifying campaign for the 2024 European football championship got off to a dismal start with a 3-1 away defeat at the hands of the Czech Republic.
Start your day with a summary of today’s top stories from Poland’s leading news sites.
Data from Eurostat, the EU's statistical office, show Poland to have the bloc's second-lowest unemployment rate, the Ministry of Family and Social Polish has announced.
Polish sports unions have signed a declaration calling for the continuation of sanctions imposed on Russian and Belarusian sportspeople following Russia's invasion of Ukraine a year ago.
Bucharest Nine (B9), the nine Nato members constituting the bloc's eastern flank, have vowed to support each other in the event of any threat.
The Polish prime minister and foreign minister have expressed their sadness at the death of the Czech ambassador to Poland.
The European Commission (EC) is taking Poland and seven other EU members to court over failure to introduce EU whistleblower protection laws into their national legislation.
Czech president-elect Petr Pavel has said he is proud that Poland and the Czech Republic were among the countries which first decided to help Ukraine and are still at the forefront in this respect.