Co-operation between Poland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania is natural because they face the same challenges and threats, Zbigniew Rau, the Polish foreign minister, said on Monday after a meeting of the foreign and defence ministers from Poland and the Baltic states in Riga, the Latvian capital.
The EU's high representative for foreign affairs expressed support for Poland, Lithuania and Latvia on Friday in connection with migrationary pressure caused by a "cynical exploitation of migrants and refugees" by Belarus.
The European Commission believes the situation that has trapped migrants on the Belarusian side of the Poland-Belarus border results from the aggressive policy adopted by the Belarusian president, Alexander Lukashenko, against Poland.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Wednesday decided that Poland must provide food, clothing, medical care and, if possible, temporary shelter to the group of Afghan migrants currently stranded on the Polish-Belarusian border.
The presidents of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia said the hybrid attacks on the eastern borders of the EU and NATO were politically motivated by the regime of Alexander Lukashenko.
The Polish, Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian prime ministers have accused the government of Alexander Lukashenko, the Belarusian president, of planning and organising the current migration crisis on the Belarusian border.
The disposable income of Polish households rose in 2019 by 6 percent year on year, one of the best results in the world, according to data from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
A number of EU member states have expressed solidarity with Poland after a recent spate of cyber-attacks against Polish politicians, the Polish ambassador at the EU has said.
Poland's foreign minister said on Thursday that he and other ministers in Eastern Europe had learned of the USA's change of position over the Nord Stream 2 pipeline from the media and awaited clarification from Washington.
With between 50 to 70 cars being used on the grounds of the city’s largest cemetery every day, the International ‘Last Mile’ project hopes to reduce disruption to other visitors.