After Thursday's online meeting of the Contact Group for the Defence of Ukraine, Pentagon Head Lloyd Austin said that Poland is among a group of countries willing to help train Ukrainian pilots on F-16 fighter jets.
The Netherlands is becoming an increasingly popular destination for Polish students, according to new information.
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The European Union is less willing to introduce yet another package of sanctions against Russia, the Polish prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, has said.
A Dutch court on Friday sentenced five men to prison for planting explosives in supermarkets selling Polish products.
US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin on Tuesday confirmed that eight countries, including Poland, will donate Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, a Ukrainian website has informed.
Eight F-35 fighters of the Royal Netherlands Air Force will arrive in Poland at the end of January to increase the defence capabilities of NATO's eastern flank, the Euractiv website reported on Tuesday.
Nine countries, including Poland, UK, the Czech Republic and the Baltic states, declared to provide "unprecedented" military aid to Ukraine after a Thursday meeting of their representatives in Estonia.
The depot in Kraków’s Czyżyny Park was praised at the third edition of the Green Cities Europe awards for its innovative value, overall design, biodiversity as well as the positive impact it has had on the environment.
The Netherlands will send 50 to 100 soldiers to take part in the training of Ukrainian soldiers in Poland and Germany, the country’s defence minister announced on Wednesday.