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An Independence March organised by nationalist groups to mark Poland's Independence Day has set off from the centre of Warsaw.
Poland's support for Ukraine also reinforces its own independence, Andrzej Duda, the Polish President, said on Friday during Independence Day (Nov. 11) celebrations.
Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, has thanked Poles for their support for his country in its war with Russia, in a specially recorded message to mark Polish Independence Day on November 11.
Today marks the 104th anniversary of Poland regaining independence after centuries of foreign rule.
Articles about Poland will appear in regular and online media in over 60 countries to mark the country's Independence Day (Nov. 11).
Everything will be done to ensure this year’s Independence March on Friday will go ahead safely, a deputy interior minister has said.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president has congratulated the Ukranian nation on 31 years of independence since they broke free from the Russian-dominated Soviet Union.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has said he had travelled to Kyiv to “show the world that not all of Ukraine is at war.”
The Regional Prosecutor's Office in the central Polish city of Kalisz has applied to the local court for the temporary arrest of three men charged with inciting hatred for organising an anti-Semitic march in the city.