By invading independent Ukraine, Vladimir Putin showed his true face, so Europe should be under no illusions towards Russia, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote in an article published by the Financial Times on Friday.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, has played down suggestions made by the justice minister that Poland should suspend paying its EU dues if the bloc withholds funding over a rule-of-law dispute.
Poland's justice minister has told the UK's Financial Times that he favours suspending EU membership contributions if the bloc withholds funding over an ongoing dispute over judicial reforms.
The deputy speaker of the Polish parliament has played down talk by the prime minister that the imposition of sanctions by the EU on Poland could start a "third world war"
The European Commission is making demands on Poland while holding a "gun to our head", and a decision to withhold funding could start “a third world war”, Poland's prime minister told the Financial Times newspaper on Monday.
In February, Poland was the third biggest global receiver of FDI, the finance minister said on Thursday.
Over half of the 31 Polish companies which made the Financial Time's list of Europe’s fastest-growing companies are from the modern technology sector.
In an interview for UK daily The Financial Times (FT), Polish President Andrzej Duda has said delays in receiving vaccine doses from the Pfizer pharmaceutical company will delay victory over the coronavirus pandemic.
Poland is the third most popular location in Europe for foreign investment, the Polish Investment and Trade Agency reported on Wednesday.
According to fDi, a service from the Financial Times, “the zone has made progress in its efforts to become a centre of Industry 4.0 at the heart of central and eastern Europe”.