Prague has a big problem with the influx of refugees from Ukraine, and the city’s mayor, Zdeněk Hřib, is warning that “the situation may lead to a ghetto,” with the capital in danger of collapsing due to low capacity. According to the mayor, the individual regions in the country are unevenly burdened, with Prague arguably […]
In an interview with portal wPolityce.pl, former Polish ambassador to Ukraine Jan Piekło claimed it was a mistake to allow Ambassador Andreev to remain in Poland after his many provocations against both Poles and Ukrainians
Russia’s aggression against Ukraine proved the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party had the best assessment of the threat Russia posed, but that has not translated into a surge for the ruling party because of other long-standing problems, writes Agaton Koziński for portal wp.pl
Polish President Andrzej Duda together with the three presidents of the Baltic states visited Ukraine on Wednesday and met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to witness the two faces of war: the military operation and the attacks on civilians
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
More than a half of respondents want to cool relations with Hungary while the leader of Law and Justice (PIS) Jarosław Kaczyński criticized Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s policy towards Russia and Ukraine
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