Poland has managed to freeze PLN 13 billion (EUR 2.73 billion) in assets related to the Russian and Belarusian regimes, a deputy interior minister told the Senate on Wednesday.
Poland's Interior Ministry has sent a motion to the Prime Minister's Office requesting an order for state-owned companies to take over gas installations belonging to Novatek Green Energy, a Russian firm that has cut supplies in some parts of Poland.
Poland's Supreme Audit Office (NIK) will notify prosecutors of possible crimes committed by the Prime Minister's Office, State Assets Ministry and the Interior Ministry while organising the failed presidential election last May, the NIK head has said.
A convoy of seven fire trucks with Polish aid for Western Balkan countries affected by the coronavirus epidemic has reached its unloading point in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Polish State Fire Service tweeted on Monday.
A spokesman from Poland’s Office for Foreigners’ Affairs said that regulations are being prepared so that it will be simpler for people with a registered stay to gain temporary or permanent residency rights if Britain leaves the bloc without a deal.
There will be ten new towns in Poland in 2019 under a decision taken by the government, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration announced in a press release on Friday.
The Polish government has adopted a draft amendment to the bill on foreigners, aimed at implementing relevant EU directives. The project involves the conditions of entry and residency of non-EU citizens who want to study or train.
Poland's Ministry of Internal Affairs estimates that around 15,000 Polish fans will travel to Russia for the football World Cup, to be held between mid-June and mid-July. Throughout the tournament there will be six specially trained police officers form Poland.
Deputy Interior Minister Krzysztof Kozlowski is heading a team set up to tackle occurrences of Fascism in Poland.
Poland's amended Act on Foreigners takes effect on Monday, bringing Polish regulations into line with European Union law. From now on, foreign employees from outside the EU will be allowed to be posted by their company for a spell in Poland.