President decides to sign anti-defamation bill into law
Polish President Andrzej Duda on Tuesday announced he has taken the decision to sign into law the anti-defamation bill and direct it to the Constitutional Tribunal.
Statement by the Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki
Statement by the Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki about the history of Poland and the role Poland plays in telling the truth about the Holocaust.
President Duda appoints new ministers
Polish President Andrzej Duda on Tuesday swore in new foreign, defence, interior, health and environment ministers following a Cabinet reshuffle.
Historic sites lit up to mark 100 years of Poland's independence
The Presidential Palace and the Belvedere Palace in Warsaw have been lit up in the colours of the Polish national flag to mark the 100th anniversary of Poland's independence in 2018.
Morawiecki government wins vote of confidence
The Mateusz Morawiecki government won a vote of confidence on Tuesday night. Poland's Sejm (lower house) voted 243-192 with no abstentions to approve Morawiecki's new governing team.
Finance chief Morawiecki tasked with forming new Polish government
President Andrzej Duda on Friday accepted the resignation of to-date Prime Minister Beata Szydlo and designated deputy PM, Finance and Development Minister Mateusz Morawiecki as the new prime minister.
Public diplomacy consultations in Kalisz
“Public diplomacy plays a key role in shaping a country’s positive image abroad and, in recent years, has become one of the pillars of foreign policy of every country, without exception,” said Deputy Foreign Minister Jan Dziedziczak in Kalisz during his consultative meeting on public diplomacy.
International "Memory and Hope" conference dedicated to Poles who saved Jews
The church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Star of the New Evangelization and St. John Paul II in Toruń hosted the International "Memory and Hope" conference devoted to the memory of Poles who saved Jews during the Second World War. The meeting was concluded with participants praying in Hebrew and Polish.
Polish PM: Without memory there is no identity
During an International Conference "Memory and Hope" dedicated to Polish people saving Jews, Polish PM Beata Szydlo underlined that the event proved how much one man could do for the other, in order to do which "all one needs is love and hope".
Polish gov’t ministers look back at two years in power
In a series of news conferences, Poland’s Cabinet ministers on Wednesday summed up their track record after the first two years of the government.
PM Szydło: Family, growth and security are 3 pillars of gov't policy
On Tuesday, Poland's Prime Minister Beata Szydlo singled out family, development and security as the three pillars of her cabinet's policy.
Polish PM named among world's top female leaders
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo has been declared the world's tenth most powerful female political leader in 2017 by the US Forbes magazine.
The army is growing
The Polish army will receive increased financing, grow in size and be equipped with more modern equipment.
78th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II
The Second World War began on September 1, 1939 with the German attack on Poland. German aggression was compounded on September 17 when the Soviet Army joined the war, attacking Poland from the east. The defensive war lasted until October 6, 1939, when the Polish Army’s regular battles with the aggressors ended.
Poland remembers Warsaw Rising
Commemorations started in Poland on Monday to mark 73 years since the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising, the bloody WWII insurgency against the city's German occupiers.
President to veto two judicial bills, says will sign bill on common courts
Polish President Andrzej Duda on Monday said he had decided to veto two judicial bills backed by the government and passed by both houses of parliament. President's spokesman informed that the third act - the common courts bill - would be signed.