A commission to investigate Russian influences on Polish governments will strive to find out what opposition leader Donald Tusk and Russian leader Vladimir Putin discussed during their unofficial meeting in 2009, Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland's prime minister, has said.
Poland and the European Commission have announced a joint initiative regarding Ukrainian children illegally deported to Russia, the minister for European Affairs has said.
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The Polish government's long-standing warnings against Russia’s neo-imperial ambitions have been ignored by many, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, wrote in the weekend edition of the US daily Chicago Tribune.
Vladimir Putin’s announcement of plans to relocate Russian nuclear weapons to Belarus are nothing more that “muscle-flexing” and an attempt to frighten the world, the Polish president has said.
Poland wants to produce depleted uranium rounds for US-made Abrams tanks, Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister has said.
Morawiecki made the comment while in the United States for a three-day visit. The term ‘Evil Empire’ was first used by President Ronald Reagan in 1983 in reference to the Soviet Union.
The Ukrainian president will host in April an international meeting with the participation of the Polish prime minister and the European Commission president, an EC source has told PAP.
The Russian president's announcement of the siting of nuclear weapons in Belarus is a further act of blackmail, the head of Poland's National Security Bureau (BBN) has told PAP.
Russia's declaration to station nuclear weaponry in Belarus will result in a new package of sanctions on Belarus, which could be much more painful than the to-date sanctions, Poland's prime minister told a press conference in Bucharest on Tuesday.