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Witold Waszczykowski’s interview for the BBC
Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski said in an interview for the British television station BBC that "he does not think anything is wrong in Poland. We are still a democratic country (...) but we want democracy without adjectives."
Polish foreign minister in an interview with Kommersant
"We are grateful for the liberation from the fascist occupation of 1945. But then for the next 45 years the Soviet army dictated who would rule Poland - and it was not a leadership chosen by Poles," says Polish FM in an interview with Kommersant.
Polish FM’s interview for RIA Novosti
In the interview with RIA Novosti, Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski discussed the conflict in Ukraine, gas supplies, and US sanctions against Russia.
Berlin does not want to pay for the war
Germany does not want to pay war reparations to Poland. Polish lawyers claim that we have the right to reparations, which can amount to as much as 3 trillion zlotys.
Polish government adviser: Commission position is ‘grotesque’
The European Commission has launched infringement proceedings against Poland and has threatened to strip Warsaw of voting rights if it does not respect the rule of law. But a government adviser insists Brussels is being hypocritical and has little legal reason to get involved.
European added value
The Three Seas Initiative is a concept that is organically linked to European integration, Mateusz Gniazdowski, the deputy director of the Centre for Eastern Studies in Warsaw, tells Poland.pl.
Poland remembers Warsaw Rising
Commemorations started in Poland on Monday to mark 73 years since the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising, the bloody WWII insurgency against the city's German occupiers.
Juridical System Reform in Poland & the EU
Polish opposition strong relations with the EU elites add fuel to the EU pressure on Poland. The result is the decline of the EU prestige in Poland and a growing impression among Poles that the opposition having no its own proposal of the reform of judiciary tries to use foreign pressure to overthrow legally elected parliamentary majority and the government based on it.
President to veto two judicial bills, says will sign bill on common courts
Polish President Andrzej Duda on Monday said he had decided to veto two judicial bills backed by the government and passed by both houses of parliament. President's spokesman informed that the third act - the common courts bill - would be signed.
Polish Ambassador's response to article in "The Guardian"
Polish Ambassador in London Arkady Rzegocki addressed a letter to "The Guardian"'s editorial team in response to Kate Maltby's article on the royal couple's visit to Poland.