Zbigniew Rau, Poland's foreign minister, has said he does not feel complicit in a cash-for-visas affair gripping the government, saying it is not a scandal and that he is not considering resigning over the matter.
The number of Asians working in economic sectors previously dominated by Poles and Ukrainians is increasing every month, according to the newspaper Rzeczpospolita.
Nearly 14,000 Ukrainian companies were established in Poland in the first half of 2023, the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) has reported.
The 16 Ukrainians who risked their lives to save their Polish neighbours from Ukrainian nationalists were posthumously recognised for their selflessness and courage with the Virtus et Fraternitas Medal, an award given to those who provided help or preserved the memory of Poles who were victims of Soviet, German and other nationalist crimes.
Poland has presented the European Council with plan called 'Europe of secure borders,' the prime minister said on Friday.
A draft revision of the EU budget which foresees no support for Ukrainian war refugees makes a mockery of those member states hosting them, the head of the parliamentary foreign affairs committee has told PAP.
Sixty-eight percent of Poles in a survey by the University of Warsaw said Poland should continue taking in war refugees from Ukraine, while 5 percent spoke out against further admissions.
The Polish foreign minister has said a new EU migration pact recently approved by EU interior ministers violates the freedom of choice of both migrants and host countries.
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The vast majority of Polish firms now employ Ukrainians, according to new research.
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