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The Polish ambassador and diplomats were among 11 Poles evacuated from Sudan in French and Spanish military convoys, the foreign ministry spokesman has confirmed.
Poles were among 104 civilians evacuated from Sudan to Djibouti by the Spanish army on Sunday evening, Spanish media reported in the early hours of Monday morning.
The silver was part of the National Defence Fund, which was set up by President Mościcki in April 1936 to raise additional funds by way of contributions for the rearmament of the army in the face of the threat to the Polish state by Nazi Germany.
A Polish plane which arrived at Warsaw Chopin Airport from Chicago early on Tuesday afternoon was swept by bomb disposal units after a report that an explosive could be planted on board.
Warsaw counter-terrorism officers, on Monday evening, secured an explosive device that was the cause of a mass evacuation of one of the capital's most prestigious and well-known streets.
In an interview with TFN, Andriy Ivashko from the Polish Ukrainian Society in Mariupol reveals the horrors of everyday life for civilians living in the besieged city.
A Polish deputy foreign minister has said that, for now, there are no plans to evacuate the Polish consulate general from Lwow and the embassy from Kyiv.
Zbigniew Rau, Poland's foreign minister and the chairman of the Organisation for the Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), has praised the Russian-Ukrainian agreement to create humanitarian corridors to evacuate civilians fleeing the war in Ukraine.
Soldiers from the 6th Mazovian Territorial Defence Brigade guided the group from the border to Warsaw and provided assistance on the way as head of special forces slams BBC for ‘propagating disinformation’.