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PM Morawiecki: Why my government is reforming Poland's judiciary
"Poland’s democracy is strong. With reforms to ensure that our citizens have access to impartial, prompt, efficient and incorruptible justice, it will become stronger," writes Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki for "Washinton Examiner".
Morawiecki government wins vote of confidence
The Mateusz Morawiecki government won a vote of confidence on Tuesday night. Poland's Sejm (lower house) voted 243-192 with no abstentions to approve Morawiecki's new governing team.
Polish Ambassador to the UN on Poland’s activities in Africa
Ambassador Joanna Wronecka, who heads the Polish mission at the United Nations in New York, talks to Paweł Kryszczak about Poland’s activities in Africa and the priorities of Polish development assistance.
A long road to peace
“Europe faces two strategic challenges with regard to its immediate neighbourhood. First of all, it has to counter the consequences of Russia’s aggressive policy," writes FM Waszczykowski in an op-ed for "Rzeczpospolita".
Finance chief Morawiecki tasked with forming new Polish government
President Andrzej Duda on Friday accepted the resignation of to-date Prime Minister Beata Szydlo and designated deputy PM, Finance and Development Minister Mateusz Morawiecki as the new prime minister.
Position concerning the EP’s resolution on the rule of law and democracy in Poland
In connection with the European Parliament’s adoption of the resolution on the rule of law and democracy in Poland on November 15th 2017, the Polish side stresses that the resolution contains harmful conclusions and assessments, and the thesis put forward regarding the systemic threat to rule of law in Poland is unfounded. Attached below is Poland’s full position on this issue.
Public diplomacy consultations in Kalisz
“Public diplomacy plays a key role in shaping a country’s positive image abroad and, in recent years, has become one of the pillars of foreign policy of every country, without exception,” said Deputy Foreign Minister Jan Dziedziczak in Kalisz during his consultative meeting on public diplomacy.
International "Memory and Hope" conference dedicated to Poles who saved Jews
The church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Star of the New Evangelization and St. John Paul II in Toruń hosted the International "Memory and Hope" conference devoted to the memory of Poles who saved Jews during the Second World War. The meeting was concluded with participants praying in Hebrew and Polish.
The PJA Delegates' Congress
The Polish Journalists Association (PJA) delegates’ congress expresses its outrage at the content of the resolution approved by the German Journalists Association on November 5th 2017.
Polish PM: Without memory there is no identity
During an International Conference "Memory and Hope" dedicated to Polish people saving Jews, Polish PM Beata Szydlo underlined that the event proved how much one man could do for the other, in order to do which "all one needs is love and hope".
Polish PM urges EU to move from words to actions on Eastern partners
The European Union should “move from declarations to concrete steps” in efforts to forge closer ties with six ex-Soviet neighbours to the east, Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło said on Friday.