Two were killed in a helicopter crash in Poland: report

Two men were killed and a third seriously injured in a helicopter crash in southwestern Poland on Wednesday, PAP news Agency reported. The private chopper came down close to a road near the city of Opole, according to the news agency. The injured man was taken to a hospital after being resuscitated

Polish law enforcement raid 40 locations for fuel fraud

Polish law enforcement agencies conducted raids in more than 40 locations across the country as part of a nationwide investigation, with targets including companies suspected of tax fraud, spokesperson for the regional Prosecutor's office Maciej zalensky said on Monday. About 180 officers from the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau, Customs and Tax Offices

Polish Minister of investments to take part in economic summit in Munich

Minister for investment and development of Poland Jerzy Kwiecinski on Wednesday were to begin a two-day visit to Germany for business meetings and participation in the economic summit in Munich. The 16th Munich Economic Summit opening on Wednesday is a key business event in Germany’s southeastern Bavaria region, public broadcaster Polish

Protests erupt in Poland over ousting of court judges

Prime minister defends legislation as supreme court head insists she will carry on. Thousands of people took to the streets in cities across Poland on Tuesday night in protests over a bitterly contested law that came into effect at midnight that will force a swath of Poland’s supreme court judges into

The presidents of Poland and Estonia to discuss NATO issues, migration, the Euro-zone

Polish President Andrzej Duda and his Estonian counterpart Kersti Kaljulaid on Friday discussed the upcoming NATO summit, the EU's migration policy and euro zone reforms, Duda's aide Krzysztof Szczerski has said. Duda, along with the presidents of Lithuania, Latvia, Finland, Iceland and Georgia on Friday took part in ceremonies marking the

EC unfair on Polish reforms

Poland's position in anticipation of the hearings on article 7 on Tuesday in Brussels is that the EU introduced the unfair and often incorrect report on the reform of Poland, said foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz Monday in Luxembourg. On Tuesday Poland will become the first EU country in the Community's history

President Duda appointed a new Minister of agriculture

The President of Poland Andrzej Duda on Wednesday appointed Jan Ardanowski Deputy Chairman of the Polish Sejm (lower house) Committee on agriculture, the new agriculture Minister after his predecessor Krzysztof Yurgel resigned on Monday. Reporting on Jurgiel's resignation, the Agriculture Ministry said the move was due to personal reasons. PM Morawiecki said

The Polish foreign Minister opened the 2nd Belgrade conference

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Poland Jacek Czaputowicz together with his Serbian counterpart Ivica Dačić on Wednesday opened the 2nd of the Belgrade conference at which Poland shares his experience of the period prior to accession. In his address, Minister Czaputowicz stressed that Poland has always been a staunch advocate

The Polish foreign Minister opened the 2nd Belgrade conference

Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz together with his Serbian counterpart Ivica Dacic on Wednesday opened the 2nd Belgrade Conference in which Poland shares its experience from the pre-accession period. In his address, Minister Czaputowicz stressed that Poland has always been a staunch advocate of the EU's enlargement policy and continues to