President Herzog, in a joint initiative with the Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Israel, requested the return of the ambassador of Poland.
President Andrzej Duda, has called Nato's invitation to Sweden and Finland to join the bloc „a historic decision”. President made the statement on Wednesday at a Nato summit in Madrid.
Russia now poses the biggest threat to Nato members, President Andrzej Duda said on Tuesday ahead of an alliance summit in Madrid.
We welcome Ukraine as a special guest in this year’s 3SI Summit and as a partner to the 3SI who from today begins the process of participating in the 3SI.
We remain committed to continue meeting in the Bucharest 9 Format as a means to promote joint approaches and contribute to Euro–Atlantic security.
President Andrzej Duda has expressed satisfaction that his amendments to the Supreme Court law „have led to agreement both in the Polish parliament and in the EU,” and praised the EC's approval of Poland's National Recovery Plan (KPO).
President Andrzej Duda, during his visit to Cairo discussed with Egyptian officials energy cooperation, including LNG supplies.
President Andrzej Duda, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, made an appeal to the international community to stand firm by war–torn Ukraine.
Congratulating all the co–founders and friends of the Jewish Historical Institute on the anniversary, I sincerely wish that, through your service, this place would forever remain one of the main centers of tradition and memory, and contemporary Jews in Poland.
President: I thank you today for defending Europe from the invasion of barbarity and new Russian imperialism, for showing tyrants their place, for proving that the spirit of a free nation is stronger!
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.