Polish foreign minister visits Japan
Ministers of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski and Fumio Kishida signed the Action Plan for the Implementation of Strategic Partnership between Poland and Japan for the years 2017-2020 on Thursday.
Heads of CEE parliaments meet in Poland
Central and Eastern European countries should engage more in international politics, senior parliamentarians from 24 countries said following a meeting in Warsaw on Thursday.
German President: Berlin needs a strong, confident and European Poland
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said Berlin’s aim is to maintain EU cohesion, and that Germany needs a strong, confident and European Poland, a day ahead of his visit to Warsaw.
Polish PM aims to drum up business in China
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło on Friday kicked off an official visit to China with the aim of drumming up business.
Moving closer to Paris
Poland and France are connected by long-standing close relations, respect for the same universal values and a similar sensitivity of both societies. Over the centuries, our co-operation has on many occasions demonstrated its importance and effectiveness, the Polish head of diplomacy writes in “Rzeczpospolita” daily.
Poland wants to listen to and understand African states
Address by President Andrzej Duda at the African Union forum in Addis Ababa.
Vienna hosts conference on the extermination of the European intelligentsia
The Secretary of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jan Dziedziczak and the Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage Magdalena Gawin opened an international academic conference in Vienna on May 8 titled "Killing the Intelligentsia. European intellectual elites during German occupation, 1939-1945."
Foreign ministers of Poland and Portugal meet in Warsaw
“We have discussed our bilateral relations, which are strong also thanks to our economic ties. We are very glad to note the fast growth of trade between Poland and Portugal,” Minister Witold Waszczykowski said after his meeting with the chief of Portuguese diplomacy, Augusto Santos Silva.
FM Waszczykowski: Low growth and bureaucracy souring view of EU
“Some Europeans are dissatisfied with, for instance, the lack of growth - especially in the eurozone, which is growing at less than 1 per cent, which is stagnation,” said Minister Witold Waszczykowski in Sydney in his talk with Mark Mulligan which was published in the Financial Review.
Polish-Australian political consultations in Canberra
Prospects for developing Polish-Australian cooperation, regional security, including the situation in Ukraine, the Korean Peninsula and Syria were discussed by Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski and the chief of Australian diplomacy, Julie Bishop, during their meeting in Australia’s capital.