President: Poland’s presidency will continue to do its best to keep the armed aggression on Ukraine on top of the organization’s agenda. We need to exert political and diplomatic pressure on Russia, counteract its propaganda and help document its crimes.
The Polish, Lithuanian and Latvia presidents and EU Commissioner for Energy have officially opened a new pipeline bringing gas from Lithuania to Poland after Russian gas giant Gazprom turned off the tap.
Andrzej Duda: Thank you for all the decisions concerning the support for Ukraine, both humanitarian and military, which the Republic of Poland provides so that Ukrainians can fight and repel the enemy who seeks the destruction of their nation.
– The time of challenges that we are experiencing is not over yet. There are still many hardships ahead of us. I strongly believe that we will prevail – assured the President of the Republic of Poland at this year's celebrations of the National Day of the Third of May.
“We must not be afraid of Russia’s threats,” Mr. Duda told The Wall Street Journal in his first interview with a Western news organization since he visited Kyiv last month.
President Andrzej Duda and his Spouse took part in the celebrations of the Flag Day of the Republic of Poland and the Day of Poles and Polish Communities Abroad.
The fate of our continent is being decided on the plains of Ukraine. It is there that the unbelievably dramatic struggle is waged for the safe future, freedom, identity and reputation of the entire Europe. The time of talking is over, President Duda wrote.
President Andrzej Duda took part today in the March of the Living on the site of the former German Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz– Birkenau.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine and aid to Ukrainian war refugees dominated Wednesday talks in Prague between Polish and Czech presidents Andrzej Duda and Milos Zeman and between president and prime minister Petr Fiala.
On Thursday, President Andrzej Duda will take part in Auschwitz–Birkenau in the March of the Living, which is a tribute to and a token of memory of Holocaust victims.
President Andrzej Duda: Today this anniversary and that genocide speak to us even more strongly than usual.
On April 10, 2010, the Polish delegation headed by President Lech Kaczynski set off for Smolensk to bear witness to the truth. Poland has never come to terms with the Katyn Massacre and its aftermath.