Membership of the European Union (EU) and Nato is of key national interest to Poland, the president said in a Friday address.
The vast majority of Poles support Poland’s EU membership, with 92 percent wanting to remain part of the bloc, according new a new poll.
The Sejm, lower house of the Polish parliament, has received a motion for the ratification of Finland's and Sweden's membership in Nato, the ruling party Law and Justice's spokesperson announced on Wednesday.
Irakli Garibashvili, the prime minister of Georgia, has praised Poland's support for his country and Ukraine in their struggles against Russian aggression.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, argued on a special EU summit in Versailles near Paris that Ukraine should be offered more support and a clear path of EU accession, the Polish government spokesman said.
Poland is in favour of stripping Russia of its membership in UNESCO, a deputy culture minister has said.
Poland's justice minister has told the UK's Financial Times that he favours suspending EU membership contributions if the bloc withholds funding over an ongoing dispute over judicial reforms.
Almost all Poles support Poland’s membership in the EU and only 6 percent oppose it, the latest CBOS poll shows.
President Andrzej Duda has described Poland's membership in the European Union as an achievement of civilisation and stated that Poland wants to be an active participant in the EU.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, has said Poland says a “loud yes” to EU membership but a “loud no to punishing mechanisms”.