Media have total freedom, says deputy PM

At the moment, media in Poland have total freedom, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Culture and National Heritage Piotr Gliński said on Monday. Gliński was inaugurating an international conference entitled 'Media as a Public Service' in Warsaw. In the deputy PM's view, Polish media are similar to media in the west when

Duda to Steinmeier: Poland stands for the EU of free Nations, equal States

We support the EU of free Nations and equal States, President Andrzej Duda said on Tuesday after talks with the head of the German state, Frank-Walter Steinmeier. Steinmeier advocated for the strengthening of mutual trust between the EU members. Steinmeier and his wife are on a two-day visit in Poland

There is room for Polish-German alliance on EU budget – Polish official

Poland's Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology, Jadwiga Emilewicz has told PAP that there is room for a Polish-German alliance on the EU budget as neither Poland nor Germany are satisfied about the current European Commission's proposal. Minister Emilewicz met in Berlin on Monday with the German Minister of Economy and Energy,

Populist government to be sworn in as Italy’s political deadlock ends

A populist government will be sworn into power in Italy on Friday after president Sergio Mattarella agreed to a revised slate of ministers – just days after a bitter row over the incoming leaders’ stance on the euro ended their initial bid to assume power. A joint statement by the anti-establishment

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Poland calls on peacekeeping forces to Ukraine

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Poland Jacek Czaputowicz called for an international peacekeeping force to be sent to Ukraine. Czaputowicz made the appeal at a UN Security Council session at the United Nations headquarters in New York on Tuesday, according to IAR. Poland on January 1 became a non-permanent member of

Canada’s Conservatives urge arms delivery to Ukraine

Canada’s Conservatives have called on the country’s government to give Ukraine weaponry originally destined for Kurdish forces in Iraq, according to a report. The Conservative Party of Canada, led by Andrew Scheer, wants the federal government to give Ukraine 9.5 million Canadian dollars worth of military equipment originally intended to help

Russia waging ‘great hybrid war’ against Poland

Moscow is pulling out all the stops in a disinformation war against Poland, according to Polish website niezalezna.pl. The website said that information provided by a man who tracks Russian subversive activities shows that Moscow is waging a "great hybrid war” against Poland. Niezalezna.pl quoted Marcin Rey, the administrator of an online

Poland, Hungary share a similar vision of the EU

Poland and Hungary share a similar vision of the European Union, the Polish foreign minister said on Thursday. The two countries have a similar position on key issues affecting the bloc, Jacek Czaputowicz added. He was speaking after meeting his Hungarian counterpart Péter Szijjártó in Warsaw. According to Czaputowicz, both countries want a