Zbigniew Rau. Photo by PAP/Leszek Szymański (JAP)
- Our relationship with Hungary changed a lot because of the position of Hungary toward Ukraine and Russia.... We had once very strong cooperation on the level of the Visegrad Group, now much much less so - Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told today the Atlantic Council in Washington. Source: YouTube (JAP)
– Polish POWs, with their hands tied, were shot in the back of the head and thrown into unmarked mass graves. One by one, twenty-two thousand times.
"Let's support Ukraine, but let's do so wisely and, above all, let's put the interest of the country and Polish farmers first!" - Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Friday. In a joint letter, the Hungarian, Polish, Slovak and Romanian prime ministers and the Bulgarian president asked Commission President Ursula von der Leyen that the European Commission immediately take measures to deal with the unsustainable situation caused by increased grain imports from Ukraine,
Foreign ministers of countries of Central and Eastern Europe, arrived in Łódź on Thursday to take part in Bucharest Nine meeting, where the security situation in Europe and preparations for the Vilnius summit in July are on this summit's agenda. Foreign ministers of Poland Zbigniew Rau and and Romania Bogdan Aurescu welcomed the other heads of diplomacy in Łódź. Fot.
The heir to the British throne, Prince William, laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on Thursday morning. At the Presidential Palace, he met with Andrzej Duda, with whom he talked about Polish-British relations, but also about humanitarian aid for the struggling Ukraine.
Even if the government of Viktor Orbán campaigned for Hungary to leave the European Union, two-thirds of the country's population would vote to remain in the EU, HVG.hu reports, publishing a poll conducted by the Median research institute.
- I believe that the ties that bind us are much stronger than the points on which we disagree at the moment, Katalin Novák said about the cooperation within the V4 Group, which includes Slovakia and Poland in addition to the Czech Republic and Hungary. Katalin Novák and Czech Miloš Zeman. Photo by MTI/Noémi Bruzák
"The best sign of friendship is that we can talk openly about everything with each other. We hope that the war will end as soon as possible, but we are sure that our friendship will last forever", said Hungarian President Katalin Novak after a meeting with Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki. Photo by Paweł Supernak/PAP
On 1 March, the debate on Hungary's ratification of Sweden and Finland's NATO membership will finally begin in the Hungarian parliament. According to local media, the final vote on the matter is expected after March 6. Photo by ROBERT GHEMENT/PAP/EPA (JAP)