Presidents Andrzej Duda and Isaac Herzog have agreed on restoring normal relations between the two countries following a phone call between the two leaders on Monday. They also agreed that bilateral relations between the two countries would be conducted going forward in a spirit of open and frank dialogue and an atmosphere of mutual respect. […]
“This propaganda, also based on hatred towards Poland, is fed into the minds of young people from their earliest years of schooling. We will be paying close attention to this situation as we deal with all sorts of school trips from Israel to Poland,” said Poland’s deputy prime minister
The West and the Islamic world will use the UN conference to unilaterally condemn Israel, and several EU countries – including Hungary – have boycotted it. What’s the reasoning behind those absent from the conference, and what exactly is the Durban meeting about?
Ambassador Marek Magierowski explained in a series of tweets the reasons and historic background behind the recent amendment to the Polish property restitution law that was met with severe criticism from Israel
The number of anti-Semitic incidents is at the highest level in 20 years and much of it is down to Islamic radicalization and hostility towards Israel on the German political left, historian Bogdan Musiał tells Polish news portal Niezależna.pl
President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner is to reveal in Warsaw the outline of the “agreement of the century” for peace between Israel and Palestine. Four of the five people who know the details of the plan will be in Warsaw on Thursday, writes Jędrzej Bielecki for Rzeczpospolita.
A relocation of the Czech Embassy in Israel shouldn’t be rushed, it is wiser to wait for other states to join us, to talk them into it, other V4 countries may get on board, the Chief of Senate Jaroslav Kubera told the press after a meeting with the President and speaker of the Chamber of Deputies.
Ambassadors Georgette Mosbacher and Anna Azari have given the Polish government lessons in diplomacy. Publicist Ryszard Makowski argues that the two unprecedented diplomatic scandals are an opportunity for Law and Justice (PiS) to show their strength.
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