Poland’s president has said that he expects the creation of special fund for the rebuilding of Ukraine after the war.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said on Twitter, on Monday, that he is grateful to Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki for supporting the idea of funding for the reconstruction of Ukraine by foreign companies and states.
Rebuilding Ukraine from war damage must be a global endeavor, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said before the start of the International Donors' Conference for Ukraine in Warsaw.
Poland’s prime minister has called for the seized and frozen assets of Russian oligarchs to be used to help rebuild a sovereign Ukraine.
Regarded as one of the area’s finest architectural jewels, the fate of the palace in Kopice now hangs in the balance with many fearing that if the court’s decision comes too late the remarkable structure could completely collapse.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has called on the EU to offer Ukraine a reconstruction plan worth EUR 100 billion.
The 200-odd photographs called The Capital of Rassalski document the condition of Warsaw after the war: the destruction, the buildings that survived, everyday life, as well as the work to rebuild the city and the celebrations that took place in the capital.
Former British Royal Marine Scott Booth, founder of the Laguna’s Spitfire Legacy Project, was waiting to take a dream flight in a two-seater Spitfire in 2016, when he noticed a coffee table in the waiting area made from a Rolls-Royce Griffon engine used in some late Spitfires.
Initially believed to have been an example of a woolly rhinoceros, closer inspection by experts from the University of Wrocław revealed it was a specimen of the much rarer Stephanorhinus or Merck’s rhinoceros. The palaeontologists came to the rescue after the builders, saying they were going to dump the bones, went to watch a football match.
President Andrzej Duda has signed an act on the reconstruction of Warsaw’s Saski Palace, a multi-million euro project to rebuild a palace levelled by the Germans during the Second World War.