We support an EU of free nations and equal states, President Andrzej Duda said on Tuesday after talks with visiting German head of state Frank-Walter Steinmeier. Steinmeier advocated more mutual trust among EU members.
Poland's Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology, Jadwiga Emilewicz has told PAP that in early June the European Union "is likely to present a list of US products, it will subject to import tariffs."
Representatives of the European Affairs Committees of the Visegrad Group (V4) Parliaments have expressed their opposition to the scale of cuts of cohesion policy funds and the possible linking of EU funds with the rule of law.
The European Commission proposed a new, reduced Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) budget on Friday, under which direct payments to Polish farmers are to be cut by 1 percent and the fund for development of rural areas by around 25 percent.
Poland will not suffer the effect of tariffs imposed by the US on the EU, Canada and Mexican aluminum, but the European market will feel them, Entrepreneurship Technology Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz said Friday.
The EU court of Justice in Luxembourg on Thursday annulled an EP decision to impose sanctions on former Polish far-right MEP Janusz Korwin-Mikke over his comments against migrants and women during EP's debates.
The European Commission on Thursday proposed to grant Poland EUR 12.2 million in damages in connection with heavy storms which hit the northwestern part of the country last year.
Poland’s Prime Minister has warned that Russia could use its Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline as a “hybrid weapon” against the EU and NATO.
Poland and other European countries have expressed their concern after Russian gas giant Gazprom reached a deal with the EU to finish a seven-year-old antitrust case.
Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymański told PAP that the government is disappointed with the European Commission's years-long anti-monopoly procedure against Russian gas conglomerate Gazprom, which ended without the imposition of fines or damages.