President Andrzej Duda wishes to extend his thanks for the domestic and international support given Warsaw in its strife with Russia over Poland's role in the outbreak of World War Two, Duda's office head Krzysztof Szczerski informed PAP on Tuesday
It appears that Poland has won the dispute around Poland's role in the outbreak of World War Two instigated by Russian leader Vladimir Putin, prime ministerial aide Michał Dworczyk said on Tuesday.
Worldwide condemnation of Putin’s accusations that Poland was responsible for WWII. Tensions escalate as PM Morawiecki slams the Russian president for lying and trying to rewrite history. The Russian embassy responds by belittling the US Ambassador to Poland.
"Dear President Putin, Hitler and Stalin colluded to start WWII. That is a fact. Poland was a victim of this horrible conflict," US Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher wrote on Twitter on Monday.
Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Paweł Jabłoński announced on Monday that Poland was ready for a very long information war with Russia. He made the statement in connection with President Vladimir Putin's remarks about Poland.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's Saturday statements about the outbreak of World War Two resemble Stalinist-era propaganda, the Polish Foreign Ministry wrote in a Saturday statement.
President Andrzej Duda has sent a letter of condolence to Russian President Vladimir Putin after the death of 41 people in a fiery Russian plane crash at a Moscow airport.
Experts emphasised the need to increase Europe’s defence potential within NATO and to resist – or ideally deter – an attack on the alliance’s eastern flank by Russia.
Russia’s hybrid war is being waged on many levels, with an emphasis on economic, social and cultural aspects coming to the fore in Western Europe.
Poland's Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Wednesday that the construction by Russia of a bridge to Crimea, without the consent of Ukraine and against the position of the UN General Assembly, represents another clear violation of international law.