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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.
Polish foreign minister visits United Kingdom
“We bear in mind the great historical past, as we build and strengthen our bilateral relations nowadays,” said Minister Jacek Czaputowicz at a joint press conference with UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
Polish foreign minister visits Macedonia
"My visit is an expression of support for the aspirations of Macedonia and Western Balkan countries to join the European Union and the North Atlantic Alliance," Poland's top diplomat said on Monday after his meeting with Nikola Dmitrov, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Macedonia.
Poland and Lithuania are strategic partners, say both countries' PMs
Poland and Lithuania are strategic partners due to their historical ties, location and an array of shared interests, Polish and Lithuanian PMs, Mateusz Morawiecki and Saulius Skvernelis, said in Vilnius on Friday.
The Church in Poland and the events of March 1968
Analyzing the position of the Polish Bishops' Conference, we should notice the distinction it made between justifiable criticism of the regime for its approach to university students on the one hand and the Catholics' improper interference with disputes taking place within the communist party on the other, observes Prof. Jan Żaryn in his analysis of the attitude of the Church in Poland to events of March 1968.
It is about the truth. We weren’t the perpetrators
Jan Gross will not be penalised, although the findings he has presented have raised serious doubts among other academics. After all, historical debate will not be penalised, Poland’s head of diplomacy Jacek Czaputowicz tells DGP.
Hall at PM's Office named after Witold Pilecki
Witold Pilecki, a Polish cavalry officer, fought for truth during the most terrible days, and "died several times" as he was murdered by communists and sentenced to death by fading him into oblivion, Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Wednesday.
Justice Min: Anti-defamation law to protect Poland from false charges of complicity in German crimes
“The amended Institute of National Remembrance law is meant to protect the Polish state and nation as a whole against false accusations of complicity in German crimes, rather than blur responsibility of individuals or groups. There will be no punishment for witnesses of history, scholars or journalists who quote painful facts about our history. Investigations will be launched when evident German crimes are denied, belittled and attributed to the Polish state or nation,” Minister of Justice and Prosecutor General Zbigniew Ziobro said in an interview with the Polish Press Agency.
Second Polish-British Belvedere Forum
More than 200 representatives of the world of science, business, politics, media, non-governmental organisations and civil society took part in the second edition of the Polish-British Belvedere Forum at Mansion House, London. This year’s Forum focused on the future of Polish-British relations in a changing Europe.
Polish FM addresses UN Security Council
“Greater trust in international law, and in the UN Charter, is one of Poland’s priorities on the UN Security Council,” said Minister Jacek Czaputowicz in New York.
New law defends Poland’s honor during World War
The lived history of the Polish people, as well as the history of past centuries, is exceedingly complex and filled with much sacrifice and suffering.
Polish Ambassador: Why the antidefamation law is justified
Over the past several days there have been many voices around the world commenting on Poland’s recently passed antidefamation legislation. Some unfortunately misinterpreted the wording of the legislation, others expressed concern, but almost all who spoke did so out of care for the memory of the Holocaust. This at its core, is Poland’s principle concern as well.