The transit of Ukrainian grain through Poland is possible, and there is no question of a complete blockade, the head of the Polish president's International Policy Bureau said on Thursday.
A senior advisor to the Polish president has said that no Polish government will be able to ignore the results of a referendum due to be held on October 15, the same day of the general election.
The head of the Polish president's International Policy Bureau, Marcin Przydacz, will represent Poland at peace talks on the Ukraine war, due to take place this weekend in Saudi Arabia.
Warsaw and Kyiv summoned each other's ambassadors to their foreign ministries on Tuesday in a diplomatic spat between the two countries which had hitherto been staunch allies in Ukraine's war with Russia.
The Kremlin's decision to transfer some of Russia's nuclear arsenal to Belarus increases regional instability, a Polish government official has told PAP.
Poland may apply the “principle of reciprocity” and close Russian diplomatic buildings following the closure of the Polish consulate in Smolensk, an advisor to the Polish president has said
There are some decisions on the conditions under which Ukraine could join Nato and when this could occur, a Polish presidential aide told reporters in Washington.
Ukraine should be put on the same path to Nato membership that Finland and Sweden took, an advisor to the Polish president has said.
The US lacks “in-depth analysis” about a planned commission to investigate alleged Russian influence on Poland's governments, a presidential aide said on Tuesday, commenting in response to US concerns over the body's possible impact on Poland's general election this autumn.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has called for the correction of "flaws" in Poland's air-defence procedures in the wake of the discovery of a foreign ballistic missile in a forest near the north-central city of Bydgoszcz in April.