The reconstruction of public infrastructure in Ukraine after the war will be one of the first projects in which Polish companies will take part, the Polish government spokesman has said.
The story, which is being told in the 70th year since rebuilding was officially completed, is an important one as perhaps no other city in history has had to handle, process and use as much rubble as Warsaw did in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has said that Poland's participation in the post-war rebuilding of Ukraine is vital.
The opera will be created in several stages and will be performed for the first time in autumn 2025 to coincide with the 80th anniversary of the start of the rebuilding of Warsaw.
From introducing women’s rights through to water systems and shopping malls, since its inception in 2006 the Polish Centre for International Aid has been at the vanguard of helping the war-torn country rebuild itself.
Poland will focus on the Kharkiv region while helping Ukraine rebuild itself after the devastating war against Russia, a Polish deputy foreign minister has said.
Polish state-owned companies will likely take part in the process of rebuilding Ukraine from war damage, the state assets minister has said, adding that he was looking for ways to involve the private sector as well.
Zbigniew Rau, Poland's foreign minister and the chairman of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), has called for a post-war reconstruction plan for Ukraine.
The settlement near the city of Tomsk was established in 1896 by Poles from the areas of Grodno, Vilnius and Siedlce who decided to name their new village ‘Białystok’, hoping to emulate the prosperity experienced by its dynamically developing Polish namesake.