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.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki arrived in Romania on Thursday morning to attend an informal summit of EU leaders in Sibiu, central Romania.
Poland has over 200 soldiers stationed in Romania, which form part of a NATO division defending south-east Europe.
President Andrzej Duda, visiting on Wednesday Polish soldiers serving in the multinational NATO forces in Romania, said that both they and their relatives should be sure of the great gratitude of the Polish state for their service and dedication.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg congratulated Poland, Romania, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania on their independence centenaries on Sunday. Separately, the European Council highlighted Poland's achievements.
Without Great Britain, the EU's position in the international arena may be weakened, making it more vulnerable to external threats, wrote the foreign ministers of Poland, Lithuania and Romania, on the Politico news portal.