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17 November 2017

Two good years in Polish foreign policy

“Over the past two years, Polish diplomacy has sought to define our national interests. We have succeeded,” said Polish foreign policy chief Witold Waszczykowski during today’s press conference at the MFA headquarters. During his speech,...

11 November 2017

99th anniversary of regaining independence

After 123 years of occupation by Russia, Prussia and Austria-Hungary, on November 11th 1918, Poland regained its independence and the streets of Polish cities were swept by a euphoric mood. On that day, Germany signed a ceasefire ending the First...

09 November 2017

#likePolska – show what you like most about Poland on Independence Day, November 11th

Poland’s mountains, the sea, or perhaps its history, traditions, or a favourite dish? Take a picture, shoot a short film and share your post on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram on Polish Independence Day, November 11th, using the hashtag #likePolska...

08 November 2017

Deputy Minister Bartosz Cichocki in Polish Radio One Więcej świata broadcast

“We want to continue building a partnership with Ukraine, this is the gist of our policy,” said the deputy foreign minister. “The policy of partnership with Ukraine remains Poland’s goal,” stressed the deputy minister.  ...

07 November 2017

150 years ago Maria Skłodowska-Curie was born

“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood”. That was the opinion of the two-times Nobel prize laureate Maria Skłodowska-Curie, who was born 150 years ago (November 7, 1867) in Warsaw. Her childhood years were marred by the...

06 November 2017

Łódź named UNESCO City of Film

As one of 64 cities representing 44 countries, the central Polish city of Łódź has joined the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) as a City of Film.   Poland’s Deputy Prime Minister and Culture Minister Piotr Gliński has said...

06 November 2017

71 year ago Poland became a member of UNESCO

On November 6, 1946 Poland became a member of UNESCO. In July of this year the 41st session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee took place in Kraków and was opened by the President of Poland Andrzej Duda.   Currently the list of UNESCO...

05 November 2017

Minister Witold Waszczykowski’s second day of Lviv visit

“Poland is astounded by the fact that, years after the fall of Communism, Catholic churches in Lviv still serve as concert halls, gardens are cultivated on cemeteries of 1939 heroes, and that under an invented pretext we are not allowed to search...

04 November 2017

Minister Witold Waszczykowski starts his visit to Lviv

“I came here to talk to Poles in Ukraine and to our consuls,” the MFA chief summed up the first day of his visit to Lviv. On Saturday 4 November, Minister Witold Waszczykowski met with leaders of the Polish communities and heads of Polish...

03 November 2017

Deputy Minister Jan Dziedziczak visits Lychakiv Cemetery for All Saints’ Day celebrations

Deputy Minister Jan Dziedziczak, accompanied by Polish Consul to Lviv Rafał Wolski and representatives of Ukrainian authorities, laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in the Cemetery of the Defenders of Lviv and at the memorial to the...

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