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The world's smallest books on display in Katowice
A collection of 87 wonders of micro-bookbinding, some of the world’s smallest books, which includes, amongst others, the biographies of Leonardo da Vinci and Frederic Chopin.
Until recently no one has heard of Polish wine
Until recently no one has heard of Polish wine. It is a success that we produce wine and that it is getting better - told PAP enologist from the Jagiellonian University Adam Kiszka.
Giant Christmas tree from Poland heads for Vatican
A 25-metre Christmas tree from Poland that is a gift to Pope Francis is heading towards the Vatican.
How two Polish athletes put others before self
“If you have enough to share, you should do so because it brings joy and for some it can even save their life.”
Ambassador Wilczek reacts to Gross's op-ed in NYT
On November 17, The New York Times published an opinion piece by Dr. Jan Gross entitled “Poles Cry for ‘Pure Blood’ Again.”, in which the author presents a tendentious, false and prejudicial picture of Poland and Poles.
Tymon Radzik nominated for the International Children’s Peace Prize
16-year-old Tymon Radzik was chosen as one of three children nominated for this year's International Children's Peace Prize, also known as the Children's Nobel Prize.
Polish foreign policy 2015-2017
On 25 October 2015, elections were held for the Polish Sejm and Senate, which led to an independent majority in the Sejm of a coalition, the core of which is comprised by the political party Law and Justice (PiS).
Polish, Swedish FMs discuss Eastern Partnership in Georgia
“Georgia is the most successful Eastern Partnership country when it comes to implementing the association agreement," said FM Waszczykowski at the joint press conference with Swedish and Georgian foreign ministers in Georgia
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.
MFA: EP resolution a political tool to pressurise Poland
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has taken note of the adoption by the European Parliament of a resolution concerning the rule of law and democracy in Poland on 15 November 2017. Unfortunately, the European Parliament’s resolution comes at a very inopportune moment, when the parliamentary stage of the legislative process has only just begun in Poland.
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.