Media Watch- April 16
Poland’s Morawiecki plays Europe’s anti-Macron in Washington
The Polish PM is stressing that Warsaw is Washington’s crucial European ally.
There will be more America in Poland
The new arms, technology and energy investments that the Polish PM is discussing during his visit to the United States are intended to strengthen Polish-US relations.
Kremlin's new information attack to target Poland
Russian memory policy institutions are preparing a new information attack aimed at Poland, a Polish security official has said.
Polish deputy FM proposes new move to make Germany pay WWII damages
Georgian ex-president says Poland’s 2010 Smolensk air crash was an act of revenge by Russia
Ukraine war ‘could last years’
The Polish prime minister has warned that the war in Ukraine “could last years” and that Russia has sufficient natural and human resources to continue its aggression for the long haul.
Ukrainian victory is key to global economic growth: Polish PM
EU funds needed to protect eastern borders
Poland spent 2% of GDP on aid to Ukraine
Poland’s Far-Right Advances on Anti-Ukraine Sentiment
Support for the governing right-wing party is stalling as radical populists attack Ukraine and the cost of living.
As Poland and Hungary Ban Ukraine Grain Imports, Brussels Cries Foul
How Putin saved NATO
NATO — The Frenemy Within
The alliance has not properly considered the risks emanating from the half-hearted or hostile within the organization.
Will Law and Justice continue to govern?
US F-22 Raptor fighter jets arrive in Poland to help secure skies
F-35 fighter jets will strengthen Poland’s air defence
The Polish defence minister has said that US-made F-35 fighter jets are “the best in the world” and will significantly strengthen his country’s air defences amid Russia's war in Ukraine.
Polish PM visits America’s biggest arms maker to speed up weapons supplies
Foreign investors critical of Poland
Inflation in Poland - facts and opinions
After protests in Poland over Ukrainian grain supplies, Kyiv and Warsaw reach a deal.
Poland to receive compensation for losses caused by grain import from Ukraine
Israeli Holocaust memorial criticizes deal with Poland
Poland marks 13 years since presidential air crash
Poland remembers victims of 1940 massacre by Soviets
Poland's top officials on Thursday paid tribute to thousands of Polish officers and intellectuals who were killed by the Soviets more than eight decades ago in a series of mass executions known as the Katyn Massacre.