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A cooperation agreement was signed between representatives of Poland and Great Britain on Wednesday regarding, among other areas, the planning of airport and railway infrastructure for the needs of the Central Transportation Port (CPK).
Shot principally between 1974 and 1981 and showing the lives of Polish communities in the UK, Polska Britannica is a tender, gentle hymn to those that endured challenges beyond our comprehension before starting anew in an alien land – this is their story.
Great Britain, due to officially leave the European Union at midnight CET, will continue to be Poland's key partner after the exit, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Friday.
Following the UK Conservative Party’s landslide victory, PM Morawiecki told triumphant Boris that “from the perspective of Poland and the European Union it is important in the sense that it will bring stability to the political scene in Great Britain.”
The British House of Commons' Saturday failure to vote on last Thursday's Brexit accord between the EU and Britain does not mean the agreement's rejection by the British side but merely its delay, PM Mateusz Morawiecki tweeted on Saturday.
The British government has offered Poland a 100-million-pound export loan to co-finance the construction of a planned Central Transportation Port, Poland's Deputy Infrastructure Minister Mikolaj Wild announced on Wednesday.
According to data published on Thursday, Poles, who are the largest national minority in the country, are the group which is slowest in registering, as only 17 percent have done so (154,000 out of the estimated 905,000 people).
The UN Security Council on Thursday voted through its first-ever resolution on the protection of disabled persons during armed conflicts. The act was piloted by Poland and Britain.
Honest politics is based on serving people, on listening to people, on listening to social needs; the professor has given us the recipe how to do it, Polish President Andrzej Duda stated on Tuesday during a ceremony to decorate British writer Roger Scruton.