The EU affairs ministers of Poland, Estonia and Lithuania have backed the EU's proposal to set a USD 60 price cap per barrel on Russian oil.
Europe must control its relations with its 'undemocratic' neighbours and impose curbs on sales of its technologies, the Polish prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, has said.
With the war in Ukraine entering the winter months, hope still holds out for a decisive victory for Kyiv.
Poland has agreed to support an EU proposal to set a USD 60 price cap per barrel on Russian oil, Poland's ambassador to the EU has said.
Josep Borrell, the EU's top diplomat, has paid a visit to a newly-established EU training mission for Ukrainian troops in Poland.
If we accept Russia's inhumanity as something normal, we will enable victory for the "Russkij Mir" (Russian order), an idea which means brutality, aggression, war, poverty and death, Poland's president told a sitting of the OSCE Ministerial Council on Thursday.
Poland's ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) has submitted a bill for setting up a commission that would look into the country's energy policy in 2007-2022 and potential Russian influences.
Tightening sanctions on Russia dominated talks between Poland's security head and US officials on the sidelines of a sitting of the OSCE (Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe) Ministerial Council which begins on Thursday in Lodz, central Poland.
Poland's minister for European affairs has described as a "step in the right direction" an announcement by the European Commission (EC)'s president that the bloc will confiscate frozen Russian assets.
Nato foreign ministers who met in Bucharest on Tuesday expressed solidarity with Poland after two Polish civilians were killed by a stray missile in Przewodów, on Poland's southeastern border as Ukraine is fighting Russia's invasion.