The Polish government has defended its information strategy on Tuesday’s missile blast saying that the release of incorrect information could have had “gigantic domestic and international consequences”.
Polish opposition leaders held talks with the prime minister on the government's strategy in fighting the coronavirus pandemic, but the results of talks seem vague.
The head of the Civic Coalition (KO) caucus, the biggest opposition grouping in parliament, has accused the government of a lack of strategy in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
A multi-billion euro investment programme is the Polish government's answer to the crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Poland's prime minister said on Monday.
Poland's main opposition party, the Civic Platform, has called the government’s response to the coronavirus crisis "totally chaotic and lacking strategy."
Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, has defended his government’s coronavirus economic strategy saying “it was, and is, right”.
Incheon International Airport, South Korea's main airport, has been selected as the strategic advisor to Poland's Central Communication Port (CPK), the government's CPK commissioner announced on Tuesday.
The health minister said on Tuesday that the COVID-19 pandemic was growing, however, the growth rate in new infections was slowing down. He also presented a new government strategy to fight the epidemic.
The Polish Health Ministry will develop a new strategy to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the health minister has said, adding that a detailed plan will be announced next week.
The Polish government has a plan of how to fight the coronavirus pandemic depending on how the situation unfolds, but wants to strike a balance between protecting the health and lives of citizens and supporting the economy, PM Mateusz Morawiecki told the press.