In ‘A Chip Shop in Poznań: My Unlikely Year in Poland’ published today, travel writer Ben Aitken presents a captivating and entertaining account of Poland, the people he meets and his experiences of getting to grips with a culture very different to his own, as well as trying to debunk media stereotypes of Poles.
French-Dutch company Gemalto, which has a factory in Tczew where electronic components that go into modern documents including e-passports are produced, won the £260 million contract.
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki at a lunch during the D-Day landings anniversary ceremonies recalled Poland's role during the Second World War and presented Poland's recent economic achievements, Polish Ambassador to the UK Arkady Rzegocki has told PAP.
From a simple pasta bar for students to global franchising, TFN chats to pals Przemysław Tymczyszyn and Marcin Szworak about the phenomenal success of their fast-food franchising.
Poland's Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymański declared on Thursday evening that "Poland will constructively analyse the British motion to postpone the UK's departure from the EU, together with its justification."
Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymański has said in London that Poland is determined to "rescue the agreement" concerning Brexit, warning that otherwise there would be "toxic" mutual blaming for the unsuccessful negotiations.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki commenting on Brexit has stressed that what is most important for Poland is the fact that the rights of Poles living in the UK are not threatened.
PROFILE: Spending long summers of his youth immersing himself in the stunning landscape of the Kaszuby region and trying the homemade spirits from local farms, William Borrell is now selling his own Kaszubian vodka in 10 countries - and that’s set to increase.
Poland's economic and trade relations with Britain are progressing in a very good direction, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Thursday in London after talks with British counterpart Theresa May.
Ahead of the meeting, Teresa May said: "Today’s talks will agree ambitious steps that build on the landmark joint Defence and Security treaty we signed in Warsaw last year, and set a course for further collaboration in the years ahead.”