WizzAir launches direct low-cost flights Georgia-Poland

Direct flights have been launched between Georgia and Poland, Trend reports referring to the Civil Aviation Agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia. Flights along the Kutaisi-Poznan-Kutaisi route are operated by WizzAir. The first passengers of the flight arriving in Kutaisi International Airport were given symbolic gifts. Since September

US Finalist Nominated for One Month Bootcamp Adecco Group Chief Executive Officer

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Sept. 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- With more than 260,000 applicants worldwide, the Adecco Group's U.S. 'CEO for One Month' candidate, 25-year-old Ben Conard, was selected as one of 10 country 'CEOs' to participate in the company's international bootcamp, taking place in Düsseldorf, Germany, from September 16-19. Conard will

Kenes Rakishev enjoys the competiotion on the blockchain-enabled smartphones

Cryptocurrency and blockchain-based smartphone Acute Angle made by Huobi will strike the Asian markets in the end of 2019. Samsung and LG have announced that they will introduce such gadgets too. Kenes Rakishev, a major investor and CEO of Swiss-Israeli startup Sirin Labs which pioneered World first crypto-smartphone FINNEY, gave

Polish judge calls Jews “vile, dirty nation” on online forum

WARSAW, Poland (JTA) – A judge in Poland called Jews a “despicable, filthy nation” in an online forum in 2015. Jarosław Dudzicz was promoted in 2017 to president of the court in Gorzów Wielkopolski by Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro. But while serving as a member of the National Council of the

Polish police detained Greenpeace activists in port of Gdańsk

Polish police have detained a number of Greenpeace activists in the Polish port of Gdańsk. The climate protesters were arrested on September 9 as they stopped a vessel from unloading coal. Greenpeace’s flagship the Rainbow Warrior remains anchored in the port, preventing a shipment of coal imported from Mozambique from being

Polish judge scandal threatens to embroil justice minister

Przemysław Radzik, the deputy disciplinary spokesperson for the judges of Poland’s common courts, has asked for security after becoming caught up in a scandal that threatens to embroil the country’s justice minister, Zbigniew Ziobro. News organisation Gazeta Wyborcza has claimed that Judge Radzik belonged to the KastaWatch group, which has launched

Solidarity removes its logo from the Medal of Gratitude awarded to Timmermans

The Presidium of the Solidarity Trade Union has decided to remove the Solidarity logo from the Medal of Gratitude awarded by the European Solidarity Centre - the chief of the Solidarity Piotr Duda informed on Tuesday. This was a reaction to the medal being awarded to the Vice President of the

Warsaw sewage crisis, construction of alternate pipeline to start soon

Today, the soldiers are finishing the last stage of construction of a pontoon bridge across the Vistula - the Minister of Defense Mariusz Błaszczak informed on Monday afternoon, after the meeting with the soldiers building the temporary bridge. Decision to build an alternative pipeline was taken by Prime Minister Mateusz

My father’s life-long agony over Hitler’s invasion of Poland

On this 80th anniversary of Nazi Germany’s invasion of Poland, which launched World War II, I find myself thinking as much about my father, Zygmunt Nagorski, as about the cataclysmic events set in motion on September 1, 1939. Especially when his health was declining before his death at age 98,