Freedom Defender’s Day, commemorated in Lithuania on the 13th January each year, honours those killed 30 years ago when unarmed civilians in Vilnius stood up to defend Lithuanian independence against Soviet forces attempting to seize control.
Entitled ‘Lost Borders: In the Footsteps of the Second Polish Republic’, the project sees Kaja and Tomasz Grzywaczewski uncovering the fascinating and sometimes harrowing stories of how living in the borderlands has shaped the memory, identity and lives of the people who still live in its territories today.
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).
Over 30 Polish diplomats were set to leave Belarus on Friday after Poland and Lithuania decided to recall their ambassadors from Minsk a week before, Deputy Foreign Minister Marcin Przydacz said on Friday afternoon.
Digital Affairs Minister Marek Zagorski and his counterparts from Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia have signed a memorandum summing up their countries' to-date cooperation in introducing 5G and Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) solutions.
Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia maintain the position in their appeal to the Belarusian authorities, the four countries' readiness to support a political process to implement the free will of the Belarusian people, Polish President Andrzej Duda tweeted on Monday.
Historians plan to publicise a key battle in European history, which is still little known outside Poland.
The presidents of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia called on the Belarusian authorities to de-escalate tensions, stop using force against citizens with immediate effect, release detained participants of political protests and initiate dialogue with the people.
The heads of the foreign affairs parliamentary committees from Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia on Tuesday lodged an appeal to the Belarusian authorities to stop using force, release jailed protesters and start social dialogue.
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.