Germany's eastern state of Brandenburg has sent aid to hospitals in the central-Polish province of Mazowsze to help them battle the Covid-19 virus, Mazowsze authorities said on Tuesday.
The British transport minister has thanked the Polish authorities in a letter sent to the Polish ambassador in London, Arkady Rzegocki, for their help with the truck congestion in Dover at the end of December.
The social-fridges are usually identified as ‘Jadłodzielnia’, which translates to food sharing, and have now spread across the country.
After surviving four cancer operations and being forced to live in communal housing and on handouts, mum of two Patrycja Wydrzyńska from Gdańsk says she has emerged from her troubles stronger and now wants to help others who need assistance.
Over 1,400 Belarusians sought help and protection in Poland between August 18 and December 13, according to new figures from the Polish Border Guard.
Dubbed the ‘streetbus’, the vehicle has been adapted to provide hot drinks and warms clothes to those in need of them most.
The Polish foreign minister has described a German offer to help Poland deal with the pandemic as “perfectly natural” but stopped short of accepting the assistance.
After reading about the fire that had destroyed the homeless 72-year-old’s car and balloons, kind-hearted locals rallied around and, with the support of Wrocław’s mayor and a TV celebrity, not only raised over 150,000 PLN but also found him a new home.
On Monday, a container with humanitarian aid organised by Polish Redemptoris Missio foundation based in Poznan, western Poland, is due to head to Lebanon.
Polish Deputy PM and Development Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz stated on Tuesday that "a programme is being launched in Poland directed to companies, start-ups and freelancers who feel the political uncertainty in Belarus today and are seeking safe harbour."