Competition between the European Union and Nato in security terms is "deadly" for the continental security, Poland's acting defence minister has argued.
A Polish deputy justice minister has said that proposed changes to EU treaties may lead to the bloc determining which countries can have armies.
Poland's president has told the country's lower house of parliament that he is willing to work with it and that the doors to the Presidential Palace are always open to all, going on to emphasise the need for a militarily strong country.
Russia continues to use manufactured migratory pressure to seek to destabilise the West and is likely to step up its hybrid activities in this area, a senior Polish security official has warned.
The resignations of two of Poland’s most senior military commanders has had no effect on Polish security, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister said on Thursday, adding there is “no need to push the panic button”.
Donald Tusk, the main opposition leader, has accused the government of lying about national security.
Europe can choose either security or mass, illegal immigration, Poland's prime minister said on Friday.
A senior presidential foreign policy aide has said that new information revealed by a state-TV documentary shows how the "pro-Russian" policies of Poland's former government put national security at risk.
The majority of Poles feel that the war in Ukraine threatens their country's security, a new survey has found.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has used his address to the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York to say that Poland will use its presidency of the EU to "enhance trans-Atlantic relations".
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