Warsaw City Hall and Unicef have agreed to work together in responding to urgent needs of Ukrainian refugee children and families in Poland.
More than 100 shipments of humanitarian aid have left the Polish capital for various destinations in war-torn Ukraine since it was attacked by Russia on February 24, the Mayor of Warsaw has said.
Poles are helping Ukrainians just as they help their neighbours and friends, and this is something that is needed very much, Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister of Poland, said on Saturday.
The Presidents of Poland and the US, Andrzej Duda and Joe Biden, are holding face-to-face talks on the war in Ukraine, in Warsaw on Saturday.
Although most applicants are highly-qualified women, many with management experience, all say they will take any work in order to maintain themselves.
The mayor of Warsaw has called for a “system” to be established to cope with the wave of refugees from war-torn Ukraine, saying the time for "improvisation" is over as 230,000 Ukrainians fleeing the war have decided to settle in the Polish capital.
The Court of Appeal on Friday upheld the Wednesday ruling by a court in Warsaw in favour of Warsaw City Hall which had sought a ban on a far right march in central Warsaw on Independence Day, overturning a province governor's decision to grant the march priority status.
The mayor of Warsaw has applied for the banning of the National Radical Camp (ONR) and the Independence Day March Association, two far-right and ultra-nationalist Polish organisations, ahead of Independence Day celebrations in Poland on November 11.
President Andrzej Duda, Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski and a group of insurgents took part in Friday's commemorations in Warsaw, which started events to mark the upcoming 77th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising.
The Polish president is trusted by 45 percent of respondents in the latest CBOS poll, the leader of Poland 2050 Szymon Holownia takes second place, followed by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki as the third most trusted politician.