Media Watch- April 2
Polish report on WWII losses will be distributed in Germany
Human rights in Poland are being violated – US State Department report
Architect of Poland's economic transformation on election campaign
According to the former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and former Governor of the National Bank of Poland (NBP), this year's [fall] elections will be as important and groundbreaking for Poland as the 1989 elections, which resulted in the end of the 45-year rule of the Communist Party.
Foreigner held on suspicion of spying for Russia
Russia steps up efforts to build anti-Western coalition: analysi
Poland to produce 100 Rosomak military vehicles for Ukraine
Poland, EU seek to boost munitions production
President approves 15-year plan for Polish armed forces
US Congress OKs sale of Hellfire missiles to Poland
Europe’s New Armies — Don’t Bungle It
Baltic Pipe fully ready
The Baltic Pipe pipeline, which connects Poland with Denmark and Norwegian deposits, has achieved its target capacity
NBP Governor opposed to euro adoption
According to the head of the central bank, the zloty is one of the components of Poland's economic success.
Poland is already in recession
According to a member of the Monetary Policy Council, the inflation problem is unfortunately not over and has settled in Poland.
Thousands of Poles march to honour legacy of Pope John Paul II
Poland marches defend John Paul II from abuse cover-up claim
Polish PM condemns IOC’s ‘outrageous’ decision to let Russian athletes return
Teenagers on What Their Families’ Native Languages Mean to Them