The plaques had been placed at a memorial complex erected on the site of a mass grave of Soviet victims who died in the nearby Central Prison in the regional city of Vladimir, 200 kilometers east of Moscow.
Mariusz Klarecki said it was difficult today to estimate the number of artworks looted or destroyed by Soviet forces following the USSR's invasion of Poland on September 17, 1939.
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Russian capital should be banned abroad and investments in Russia should be stopped to curb Moscow's capacity to wage its war against Ukraine, Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has said.
Heaping praise on Poland’s soaring status on the world stage, an article in the British newspaper The Telegraph has spotlighted predictions that the country’s GDP per capita will outrank the UK’s by 2030.
The Russian president's announcement of the siting of nuclear weapons in Belarus is a further act of blackmail, the head of Poland's National Security Bureau (BBN) has told PAP.
The arrest last week of a ‘dangerous’ spy network in Poland is the latest in the country’s secret war against Russian intelligence since Putin’s troops attacked Ukraine.
The Polish government’s spokesman has denounced a call by the Austrian foreign minister to ease Western sanctions imposed on Moscow for invading Ukraine.
Ukraine's bid to have Russia kicked off the UN Security Council is not surprising as Moscow has destroyed order and security by invading Ukraine, a Polish deputy foreign minister has said.
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