Putin responsible for death of Polish President Kaczyński in 2010, says former Georgian President Saakashvili
Mikheil Saakashvili offered his remarks on the 13th anniversary of the disaster
The Smolensk air catastrophe and war in Ukraine send a clear message: Poland is a matter of utmost importance
The Smolensk air catastrophe and the war in Ukraine have strengthened Poland’s statehood, argues Polish political commentator and editor of Sieci weekly magazine Jacek Karnowski
Polish politics already has its picture of the year
The scene from the Polish TV show depicting the reaction to an opposition politician’s shocking statement about the Kaczyński brothers deserves the award for best political picture of the year, writes Goran Andrijanić
The war in Ukraine is changing public opinion on the Smolensk air crash
Polish sociologist Prof. Henryk Domański believes that the war in Ukraine has made people fully aware of what Russia is capable of and that, rather than the finer details about the investigation of the 2010 Polish President’s plane Smolensk crash, is what is changing public perception about it
Poland: Ruling party says 2010 Smolensk air crash was an assassination
The Polish presidential plane crash in 2010 in Russia was “an act of unlawful interference,” informed a head of a special sub-committee investigating the cause of the air disaster
‘Those responsible for this crime should be sued,’ declares Kaczyński on 12th anniversary of Smolensk air disaster
On April 10, 2010, President of Poland Lech Kaczyński and 95 other passengers were killed in a plane crash in Russia
Will the West heed Poland’s warnings?
The Wall Street Journal reminded readers of President Lech Kaczyński’s speech from 2008 in Georgia where he warned about Russia’s expansionist designs
Kaczyński: €600 billion in infrastructure and energy financing will unite Central and Eastern Europe
More than half a trillion euros is available to unite Central and Eastern Europe through the Via Carpathia project, which is one of the biggest infrastructure projects in the world
Row with Israel shows that Poland should spare no expense on historical politics
Poles must shape the world’s view of Poland’s history or someone else will do it for them, writes Mateusz Kosiński for portal TVP.info
Polish President Duda: Georgians, we are waiting for you in the EU and NATO
Poland continues its push to expand NATO membership to countries like Georgia
TNT explosive residue is present in Smolensk air disaster wreckage, according to Italian laboratory
After another confirmation that traces of explosives were present in the wreckage, precision and care must guide the investigation into the Smoleńsk catastrophe, writes columnist of Polish Sieci weekly Marcin Wikło
After 2010 Smolensk catastrophe, Donald Tusk cared more for his PR image than Polish interests
Never-before-aired talks revealed by public television station TVP remind Poles of Donald Tusk’s severe negligence regarding the 2010 Smolensk catastrophe, writes Marcin Wikło for Polish portal wpolityce.pl
Georgia issues new stamp of Former Polish President Lech Kaczyński for standing up to Russian aggression
The Embassy of Georgia issues the postage stamp on Aug. 12, the same day Kaczyński spoke out against a Russian invasion of Georgia
Poland demands Russia immediately return Smoleńsk plane wreckage
Poland has firmly requested that Russia return the Tu-154 plane wreckage on the 10th anniversary of the April 10, 2010, Smolensk plane catastrophe
Kaczyński: No legal reason to postpone Polish presidential election
Polish president: Our faith and traditions are something the West doesn’t have anymore
Polish President Andrzej Duda says that Poland draws its strength from traditions and values mostly abandoned by the West
Kremlin ‘surprised’ about Polish fears over Katyn and Smolensk commemoration
The Russian Foreign Ministry says it is willing to cooperate in organizing the commemoration of the anniversaries
PM Orbán at Auschwitz: “Tell it to your children”
75 years after Auschwitz concentration camp liberation, the world commemorates the disaster
IPN: Don’t bring back communist street names
The Institute of Remembrance (IPN) has appealed to Warsaw’s liberal city authorities not to use the verdict by Poland’s Administrative Court (NSA) to reinstate the names of Warsaw streets that were changed on the basis of a decommunization law.
Polish general: Want to stop Putin? Act now!
“Putin understands only the language of actions,” claims general Roman Polko. He recalled Lech Kaczyński’s famous 2008 speech against Russia in Georgia and proposed that the EU muster up a similar response.
Former liberal government ministers mock Lech Kaczyński
Two senior ministers from the previous Civic Platform (PO) liberal government have mocked the statue of Lech Kaczyński being erected in Warsaw on Twitter. Even in death the late President is not spared from abuse by his former opponents, writes the portal wPolityce.pl.
Sikorski attacks Lech Kaczyński as Independence celebrations near
Temperatures are running high as celebrations of the 100-year anniversary of Polish independence near. A fierce battle on Twitter erupted between former head of Polish diplomacy Radosław Sikorski and journalist Rafał A. Ziemkiewicz.
Symbolic journey to Georgia
Polish foreign minister Jacek Czaputowicz along with the foreign ministers of Lithuania, Latvia and the deputy prime minister of Ukraine travelled to the border of Georgia and South Ossetia, on the tenth anniversary of Russian aggression in Georgia.
Wałęsa asks forgiveness of Kaczyński
Polish Solidarity hero Lech Wałęsa begs Law and Justice chairman Jarosław Kaczyński for forgiveness. The move comes as a surprise as Walesa faces an ongoing lawsuit.