Poland will request European Commission to suspend fines
Poland has lost €267 million in fines imposed on the country by the European Commission for not executing a court judgment on suspending its Supreme Court’s Disciplinary Chamber
Poland ready to share gas with those who have shown solidarity, says foreign minister
Szymon Szynkowski vel Sęk said Poland will likely have a surplus of gas come winter
Polish Deputy FM: Poles in Ukraine are being discriminated against
Minister Szymon Szynkowski vel Sęk stated that Poles living in Ukraine are being discriminated against in terms of freedom of belief, access to learning Polish, and freedom of speech
Top EU official uses fake news to condemn Poland over LGBT rights
Polish deputy foreign minister decisively responded to Timmermans’s claims based on fake news and reiterated that there were no “LGBT free zones” in Poland
French public radio accused of defaming Poland over Holocaust-related court ruling
Norwegian consul must leave Poland within a week
Poland has given the Norwegian consul a week to leave the country after Norway declared Polish consul Sławomir Kowalski Persona Non Grata.
Poland is pressing US on Nord Stream 2
Reports suggest Poland has urged the United States to impose sanctions for Nord Stream 2.