Russia has recently intensified its anti-Polish propaganda in response to Poland's support of Russian-invaded Ukraine, a top Polish security official wrote on Twitter on Friday.
Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland's prime minister, said on Friday he had presented an extraordinary EU summit in Brussels with a proposed package of 10 sanctions against Russia due to its invasion of Ukraine.
Poland's media watchdog, the KRRiT, is looking into a broadcast by a Warsaw radio station that may have contained pro-Kremlin propaganda on Russia's war on Ukraine.
Determined to combat disinformation in Russia, Kinga Szostko created a fake account on the dating app and now deluges men who swipe right with photos of atrocities carried out by Russian troops.
Opened in 1994 as the first gallery in Poland and Europe to exclusively display art made under the Communist regime, a permanent display features around 300 paintings, sculptures, propaganda posters and sketches while its total depository includes around 2,600 works.
Russia is resorting to disinformation to whitewash its negative role in World War II, Stanisław Żaryn, the spokesperson for Poland's special services coordinator, wrote in a Wednesday statement to PAP.