The EU should take a stand against the spreading of disinformation about 5G networks and do more to increase public awareness on the issue, 15 countries, including Poland, have written in a letter to the European Commission (EC).
Poland beat Finland 5-1 in a friendly match in the Polish northern city of Gdansk on Wednesday, with three goals scored by Kamil Grosicki, the Polish team's captain.
Poles can now travel freely to Lithuania and, as of September 19, to Finland, as both countries have lifted coronavirus pandemic-related quarantine requirements for some countries, including Poland.
An initiative by Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz to organise a meeting of EU foreign ministers on the elections in Belarus was supported on Tuesday by his counterparts from Latvia, Estonia and Finland at a conference in the Latvian capital of Riga.
Polish and Finnish Foreign Ministers, Jacek Czaputowicz and Pekka Haavisto met in Helsinki on Thursday to discuss bilateral cooperation, European security, the EU's eastern neighbourhood and the continuation of the EU enlargement policy.
Poland's European Affairs Minister Konrad Szymański on Tuesday in Brussels criticised the Finnish EU presidency's latest EU budget proposals. Szymański said the proposed budget was unbalanced, with disproportionate cuts in cohesion and agriculture funding.
Poland will not accept the Finnish EU presidency's proposals regarding the post-2020 EU budget, PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Thursday in Brussels. Morawiecki stressed that agricultural and cohesion funding had to be secured.
Over the past 20 years, brainy Marta Karczewicz has invented technology which enables video to be compressed by a factor of 1 000 without losing perceivable image quality, and which today allow audiences across the world to stream videos with a standard internet connection.
Poland's Gdańsk Shipyard on Wednesday signed a contract with the Finnish crane maker Konecranes under which the Polish company will produce cranes for the European and North American markets, PAP was told by an Industrial Development Agency (ARP) official.
Pole Kamil Stoch came 1st in the ski jumping World Cup competition in Lahti, Finland on Sunday.