Former Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk’s team and their media can offer up a million excuses, but they cannot change the past. The facts are clear: From 2007 to 2015, Poland had a government that compromised security by pursuing full cooperation with Moscow in almost every area, from foreign policy to energy. Adding to this […]
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
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.
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.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe will be voting to force Russia to return the wreckage of the Tu-154M which crashed in Smoleńsk in April 2010. The deputy president of the European Conservatives Dominik Tarczyński underlines that Russia cannot continue to be unpunished.
The wreckage of Tu-154M, Red Army statues, Russia’s approach to Ukraine and Nord Stream 2 are the main issues in Russian-Polish relations, says foreign minister Jacek Czaputowicz in an interview for Russian “Kommiersant”. This is the first interview of a Polish official with the Russian media in several months.
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