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Fair Play. Polish Aid Through Sport
George Weah – Africa’s only Ballon d'Or winner and currently the president of Liberia – began his career in the slums of Monrovia, where as a young boy he played football for the Invincible Eleven. His story shows how sport can change the lives of people from marginalised backgrounds. Poland develops sports projects to improve their quality of life as part of its development assistance in many countries around the world. The goal is to support individuals, as well as entire communities.
Polish Afghanistan veterans in cycling challenge across US
Three Polish soldiers who have served in Afghanistan are pedalling across the United States in a cycling challenge during which they are paying homage to their fallen comrades.
The epoch of empires is coming
Interview with Professor David Engels, Belgian historian of antiquity, lecturer at the Free University of Brussels, author of book on the historical similarities between the late Roman republic and the current European Union.
Polish Aid for Syria
Since the beginning of the war in Syria, Poland has been delivering humanitarian assistance to those in need. The conflict lasting for more than seven years already, has uprooted millions of adults and children from their homes and has disrupted their future. The UN estimates that over 13 million people are in need of live-saving assistance in Syria alone. And there are more than 5 million refugees who have fled to the neighbouring countries.
Minister Jacek Czaputowicz visits Republic of Albania
“I am glad that relations between our countries are getting ever closer, and I am especially happy that they develop simultaneously at many levels,” Poland’s top diplomat said on Monday after a meeting with Albania’s Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs Ditmir Bushati.
Eighth anniversary of the Smolensk plane crash
In the early morning hours of 10 April 2010, a special Tu-154M plane crashed near Smolensk, with Polish President Lech Kaczyński and First Lady Maria Kaczyńska on board, killing all 96 passengers – top state officials, military commanders, and the plane crew.
Chief of Polish diplomacy visits Paris
“We are aware of the fact that partner dialogue between Poland and France is key to working out solutions that could lead to a stronger European Union. That is why we are interested in regular bilateral meetings, including as part of permanent cooperation mechanisms, such as intergovernmental consultations and strategic dialogue on security,” Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said a meeting with his French counterpart, Jean-Yves Le Drian.
The Polish flag symbolizes assistance
"Polish aid organizations have enormous potential, and their actions are very effective, as demonstrated by feedback from recipients of aid," says Beata Kempa, Poland's minister for humanitarian aid, in an exclusive interview with Poland.pl.
Poland, US sign contract for Patriot defence systems
Polish Defence Minister Mariusz Blaszczak signed a contract on Wednesday for the purchase of US Patriot air and missile defence systems as part of the Polish Wisla air defence programme.
Poland expels four Russian diplomats
Poland has decided to expel four Russian diplomats in response to a recent attempt to assassinate British-resident former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter. According to the British side the attempt was most probably masterminded by Russia.
Polish FM delivers speech on foreign policy tasks in 2018
Polish diplomacy chief Jacek Czaputowicz delivered Information of the Minister of Foreign Affairs on Polish foreign policy tasks in 2018.