Just over half of Poles say they are not happy with the policy of Poland towards its western neighbour, according to a recent survey.
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Berlin's hesitation, its inaction, seriously calls into question the value of the alliance with Germany, Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland's prime minister, said in an interview published in the German weekly Spiegel on Friday.
Poland’s prime minister has attacked Germany saying that if Europe had adopted the German speed of delivering weapons to Ukraine the war would have ended “long ago” with a Russian victory.
A German MEP has told PAP that history shows that a policy of concessions to Russia is both dangerous and counterproductive, and has appealed for a radical change of the EU's language and politics towards the Kremlin.
Poland could return to a normal monetary policy and start to reduce spending on state aid programmes in order to curb inflation, a government official said on Monday.