President Andrzej Duda has extended Poland's foreign military missions in the Middle East and Europe.
A new report issued by PFR and PwC shows India as having the potential to become the most attractive market for Poles to consider investing in.
Entitled ‘Lost Borders: In the Footsteps of the Second Polish Republic’, the project sees Kaja and Tomasz Grzywaczewski uncovering the fascinating and sometimes harrowing stories of how living in the borderlands has shaped the memory, identity and lives of the people who still live in its territories today.
The first metal pillar standing around 3-metres tall was spotted in the city of Kielce at the site of a former quarry, while the second appeared on the banks of the Vistula river in the capital Warsaw.
Infrastructure ministers from nine EU countries, including Poland, which are against the EU's Mobility Package, wrote in a joint statement that the solutions, which were both protectionist and incompatible with EU laws, were unacceptable.
The presidents of Poland, Lithuania, and Romania have appealed to the EU to enlarge its aid package designed to help a democratic economic transformation of Belarus.
Nine EU states, including Poland, have protested to the European Parliament (EP) against what they call protectionist and discriminative regulations in the EU's Mobility Package, the Polish Infrastructure Ministry announced on Wednesday.
As he completes the first leg of his epic 33,000km journey from Nordkapp, the northernmost cape of Europe, to Cape Agulhas the southernmost tip of Africa, Krzysztof reflects on the trials and tribulations of dealing with extreme weather conditions, animals on the roads and recalls the amazing people he has met along the way, including in Romania where he discovers Polish traces stretching back over 200 years.
The foreign ministers of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Romania wrote in a joint declaration published on the 80th anniversary of the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact that it led to the outbreak of World War II and doomed half of Europe to decades of misery.
PM Mateusz Morawiecki on Thursday in Sibiu, Romania, praised a declaration on the EU's future adopted by an earlier informal EU summit in the city.