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The death of Helmut Kohl closes an era in German and European history
Helmut Kohl’s life spanned 87 years. He witnessed the inferno left behind by the Third Reich, the division of Germany and the rise of the GDR, as well as the reconstruction of the western part of the country in which he participated.
Like they do in Iceland
Prof. Mariusz Orion Jędrysek, Deputy Minister for the Environment, explains to the Poland.pl portal, that our country can learn from Iceland in how to manage and apply available energy resources.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen: We achieved our vision of creating a new Europe
“Brussels should concentrate on the problems facing Europe rather than criticising Poland” – is the opinion of former NATO Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
A Pole was elected to the important UN Commission
Marcin Mazurowski was elected as a member of the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf (CLCS). The election took place at the UN Headquaters in New York.
EU procedures and treaties make no mention of fines for not accepting refugees
“The Polish government waives the procedure for mass resettlement of people from one area to another; we are also waiving a permanent mechanism that would make it possible to do so in the future, in the event of new waves of refugees. Poland is open to immigration, we have taken in hundreds of thousands of migrants from Ukraine,” Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski tells “Gazeta Polska Codziennie”.
Commemorate the 77th anniversary of the first transport of Poles to Auschwitz
Prime Minister Beata Szydło’s speech at the ceremony commemorating the 77th anniversary of the first transport of Poles to the Nazi German concentration camp Auschwitz created in the area of occupied Poland:
Hungarian translator gets Polish award
A prominent translator of Polish literature into Hungarian, Lajos Palfalvi, has received the Transatlantyk Prize for his services in popularising works by Polish writers.
In 2016, the number of foreign tourists visiting Poland reached a record high. This is by no means the only evidence pointing to the growing importance that this sector has for the Polish economy. Could Poland become a tourist heaven?
Young people follow in the footsteps of John Paul II
“Go and love!” – this was the slogan under which Lednica 2000, the biggest annual meeting of young Catholics took place for the twenty-first time.
"You tell us: Europe. And whenever our milk goes sour, humpbacked dwarves crawl out and pee in the pots," Sławomir Mrożek wrote years ago in his characteristic humorous style. This does not mean that we quickly resigned from our European aspirations.
Minister Witold Waszczykowski on President Donald Trump’s visit to Poland
“President Donald Trump’s visit to Poland shows that Poland is an important ally of the United States and an important partner in NATO,” MFA head Witold Waszczykowski and Chief of the President’s Cabinet, Krzysztof Szczerski, said at a press conference in Washington DC.