The Kremlin's decision to transfer some of Russia's nuclear arsenal to Belarus increases regional instability, a Polish government official has told PAP.
Posting on Twitter, the Ministry of Infrastructure said: “The first signs are already leading to Królewiec. We have just started replacing the boards so that they have Polish name Królewiec, not Kaliningrad.
The Russian ambassador acted only in accordance with the Kremlin’s instructions after he was summoned to the Polish Foreign Ministry following an incident involving a Russian fighter jet and a Polish border guard aircraft over the Black Sea, a Polish deputy foreign minister has said.
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Poland, Estonia, and Lithuania are pushing for a lowering of the price cap on Russian oil in a bid to further limit the financing of the Kremlin's war machine.
Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin will continue to provoke Nato to test its unity, Poland's prime minister has said.
A Polish deputy foreign minister has said the risk of a Russian attack on Moldova is unlikely, although it cannot be ruled out.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of Poland's ruling conservative party, has said Poland needs to stand up to left-wing ideology, which he said could be seen both in Moscow's imperialism and Western liberal movements.
Poland’s defence minister has called for support for Ukraine to be coordinated so that it meets the expectations of the Eastern European country.
The Kremlin is continuing its propaganda attacks on Poland using the war on Ukraine as a pretext, a senior Polish security official has claimed.