Polish prosecutors have brought charges against seven people in a visa issuance scandal that cost a deputy foreign minister his job.
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By attacking the Polish prime minister for his Taiwan comments Beijing is trying to force Poland to follow its direction of policy towards Taiwan, a senior Polish security official has argued.
If Ukraine succumbs to Russia, China may feel encouraged to attack Taiwan, Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland's prime minister, told the Atlantic Council think tank in Washington D.C. on Thursday.
Instead of Europe's "strategic autonomy", Poland prefers to speak of a "strategic partnership" between the EU and the United States, the Polish government spokesman said as he commented on recent statements by French President Emmanuel Macron.
The US administration seems to be strongly determined to foster military outcomes that would be beneficial to Ukraine, the head of the National Security Bureau (BBN) has told PAP.
Poland has donated 55,200 Covid-19 vaccine doses to Kyrgyzstan, the second Central Asian country to receive Polish vaccines, the Foreign Ministry has reported.
Poland will donate a batch of coronavirus vaccines to Taipei, Taiwan's health minister and the Polish Foreign Ministry have said.
Taiwan will become a donor to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Foundation by providing PLN 1.5 million (EUR 338,000) for the support of educational projects devoted to the history of the Nazi German death camp, the foundation announced on its website on Monday.
A cargo of half a million surgical masks sent by the Taiwanese authorities as a sign of solidarity during the coronavirus epidemic has arrived in Warsaw under the auspices of the 'Taiwan can help, and Taiwan is helping' campaign.