Polish President Andrzej Duda appointed new ministers to PM Mateusz Morawiecki's government on Tuesday morning. The reshuffle has come in the wake of the recent European Parliament elections.
Local elections started in Poland at 7:0 a.m. on Sunday. Polling stations will close at 9:00 p.m.
To improve the quality of services provided by the state, the Polish government has launched GovTech – a way to get innovative companies involved in public administration.
Work permits will be issued for five years, whereas Filipinos and Vietnamese won't need them at all, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (DGP) daily wrote on Monday.
A more uniform, just and concerted development of the whole country is a hallmark of the current government's policy, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said during a Friday meeting with residents of Białystok, northeastern Poland.
In the final part of our interview with Poland’s London-born Under-Secretary of State, Tadeusz Kościński talks about Poland’s FDI post-Brexit.
In the third part of our interview with Poland’s London-born Under-Secretary of State, Tadeusz Kościński talks about changes he’d like to make in office and his background in the SKI club
In the second part of our interview with Poland’s London-born Under-Secretary of State, Tadeusz Kościński talks about the biggest challenges he faces in his job
In an interview with The First News, London-born Under-Secretary of State, Tadeusz Kościński, talks about his 29 years in Poland, how he came to be here and what he’s done during that time.
Poland’s soaring VAT receipts, fuelled by the government’s tax collection drive and fast economic growth, are probably running out of steam, said economists in analysis disputed by the finance ministry.