Polish film director Agnieszka Holland and the American-Polish journalist and publicist Anne Applebaum have been honoured with high state distinctions by Ukraine for their work on portraying the truth about The Great Famine of 1932-33.
From immeasurably modest beginnings, this Ukrainian couple have become role models for the entrepreneurial spirits, and their six metre café a bastion of inter-national relations.
Ukrainian Donbas war veteran Ihor Mazur, detained by Polish Border Guard at a Polish-Ukrainian border crossing was released on Sunday but will remain in Lublin, south-east Poland, until the conclusion of an extradition procedure.
Ukraine has given Poland the green light to start searches for the remains of Polish soldiers who died during Poland's defensive war of 1939 near Lviv, Polish president's chief aide Krzysztof Szczerski has told PAP. The permit concerns two sites.
Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air has launched new flight connections from Gdansk, northern Poland, Katowice, southern Poland and Warsaw to Ukraine, Norway and Israel, the carrier said on Monday.
Krzysztof arrives in the beautiful, UNESCO-listed city of Lviv where he learns about efforts to keep the memories of former residents such as Stanislaw Ulam, the Polish scientist specialising in mathematics and nuclear physics and who later worked on the Manhattan Project, alive.
Oleg Sentsov, a Ukrainian filmmaker, writer and social activist from Crimea, who was a political prisoner in Russian between 2014 and 2019, gave thanks in Warsaw on Tuesday to all those who had helped secure his release.
Experts from Poland's Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) will search for the remains of Polish victims of the Soviet regime in Western Ukraine, the Polish embassy in Kiev said on Friday.
Specialists from Warsaw's Military Medical Institute (WIM) will assist Ukrainian personnel in the development of a care system for soldiers with combat trauma, in an initiative funded by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Research carried out jointly by EWL, a human resources company, and Warsaw University’s Centre for Eastern European Studies, looked into the earnings and working habits of some of thousands upon thousands of Ukrainians who have moved across their nation’s western border in what is regarded as one of Europe’s largest peace-time migrations since the end of the WWII.