Outpouring of solidarity in Poland￼
In the face of the humanitarian crisis caused by a Russian aggression on Ukraine, Poles are living a miracle of the sort of unity they have not experienced since the days of Solidarity in the 1980s, writes Jerzy Jachowicz for portal wPolityce.pl
Justice for Poland’s 1981 marital law nightmare is still possible
The Polish state and media have neglected educating the Polish people about the horrors of martial law under communism, writes Jerzy Jachowicz
Polish President Duda at UN General Assembly: Belarusian regime is conducting hybrid warfare
Poland’s president uses his speech at the United Nations to address Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, and the Covid-19 crisis
Spanish conservatives establish their own ‘Solidarity’ movement
It is both odd and touching as a Pole to closely observe the birth of the Spanish version of independent trade unions, writes Polish weekly Do Rzeczy Spanish correspondent Małgorzata Wołczyk
A great Hungarian friend of Poland, Attila Szalai, has passed away
Atilla Szalai was famous for his love of Polish culture and his efforts to promote it in Hungary and Poland during the communist era, writes Grzegorz Górny in a personal farewell message
President Duda: Poland’s Solidarity movement is what allowed us to live in a free and sovereign country today
40 years ago, Poland’s famed Solidarity trade union was born
Spain: Populist Vox party establishes right-wing trade union that won’t ‘bow to the communists’
Trade unions in Spain do not protect workers’ interests
‘It’s like Chernobyl,’ says Polish doctor fighting coronavirus in Italy
Polish doctors sent to assist Italian paramedics emphasize the gravity of the situation in Italy and compared it with the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster
Secret recording claims legend of Lech Wałęsa during 1980 Polish strike is false
Former Polish PM said Wałęsa was brought to striking shipyard by the communist navy
Kornel Morawiecki’s dream
The character of Kornel Morawiecki had pained several former “Solidarity” heroes, as he was and will be their guilty conscience, writes Jacek Karnowski.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs will discuss Hungarian solidarity declaration
The Slovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs is prepared to discuss Andrej Danko’s idea about a resolution of public support for Hungary and Poland. Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini is also “respecting” Danko’s efforts on the issue.
Pellegrini agrees with voluntary forms of solidarity
The Slovak Prime Minister has no objection to the idea of Antonio Tajani, who thinks the states of the European Union could pay more for development projects in Africa instead of receiving immigrants.