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A Friday published survey conducted by the IBRiS pollster for the Rzeczpospolita daily shows that 48.1 percent of Poles believe the purchasing of weapons and increasing the number of soldiers will improve Poland's military security.
Eastern Poland is key to the country’s security which is why its defences have to be especially strong, the Polish defence minister said on Tuesday, commenting on plans for a new infantry division in southeast Poland
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has called on politicians to exclude security issues from a political dispute in the 2023 election year as Poland's security was absolutely a top priority.
Europe needs security guarantees, not Russia, a Polish deputy foreign minister has said.
Security and co-operation must remain at the base of the OSCE (Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe), the organisation's chairman, Zbigniew Rau, said on Thursday at a sitting of the OSCE Ministerial Council in Lodz, central Poland.
Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has signed an ordinance which extends to February 28 the second-level security alert BRAVO and the third-level security alert CHARLIE-CRP, the interior ministry announced on Thursday.
The Polish President's Office is trying to find out how the president was phoned by someone pretending to be Emanuel Macron, the president of France.
Germany's plans to deploy Patriot missiles in Poland may be the first step in a bigger defence aid programme for Poland, the German ambassador to Poland said on Monday.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister has had a telephone conversation with Rishi Sunak, his new British counterpart.