During the first six months of 2023, the number of registered wild boar reports in Warsaw reached 3,000, compared to 2,500 reports in the entirety of last year.
The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) recognized Poland with the exceptional achievement after reducing road deaths by 47% between 2012 and 2022, far exceeding the EU average reduction of 22%.
The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC), for the first time, has awarded Poland with its Road Safety Performance Index Award.
Some 88 percent of Poles say that their country is safe and 96 percent believe the same is true about their neighbourhood, a poll has shown.
Abolishing tolls for passenger vehicles on motorways will transfer some road traffic from alternative routes and help improve road safety, the infrastructure minister has told PAP.
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As concern heightens over the future, no longer are fallout shelters being seen as the domain of eccentric survivalists or paranoid billionaires. Vastly varying in size and cost, what was once a niche market has seen an explosion in both interest and innovation.
Israeli agents will not be allowed to carry firearms while protecting Jewish youth trips to Poland, the spokesperson to the Polish foreign ministry has said.
The US ambassador to Poland said in Gdynia, a seaport on the Baltic Sea coast, that the docking of another American destroyer there served as a guarantee for the safety of Poland and its neighbours.
The Polish president has said that Poland is completely self-sufficient when it comes to food production.