The Polish Senate (upper house) on Friday unanimously backed a resolution protesting against Russian accusations of Poland's collaboration with Nazi Germany and complicity in the outbreak of World War Two.
Russian Ambassador to Poland Sergey Andreev was urgently summoned to the Polish Foreign Ministry on Friday in connection with Russian President Vladimir Putin's recent comments about the outbreak of World War Two, the ministry informed PAP on Saturday.
By Monday noon, 48.5 percent of schools and kindergartens in Poland were taking part in the strike proclaimed by the Polish Teachers' Union (ZNP) and the Trade Unions' Forum (FZZ), the deputy Education Minister, Maciej Kopeć, announced.
A group of disabled and their parents and carers on Sunday suspended a 40-day protest in demand of more financial aid in the Sejm (lower house) building in Warsaw.
A group of disabled people arrived at Poland's parliament building on Monday to urge the protesting disabled adults and their carers to end their sit-in protest in the Sejm (lower house) building and start talks with the government.
Polish President Andrzej Duda on Friday met the parents of children with disabilities, who protested in parliament demanding bigger allowances for disabled children.
Thousands of people in Warsaw and the biggest cities across Poland took part in demonstrations dubbed Black Friday, against the bill which outlaws abortion for eugenic reasons.