Kiev/UNI: Ukraine has taken legal action by filing lawsuits with the World Trade Organisation (WTO) against Poland, Hungary, and Slovakia for their import restrictions on Ukrainian products, according to the Ukrainian Economy Ministry.
Washington: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has discussed the situation involving the Wagner Group private military company (PMC) and its head Yevgeny Prigozhin with Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau over the phone, US State Department Spokesperson Matthew Miller said.
Warsaw: Tens of thousands of people marched in Warsaw's Pride parade to demand equality for LGBT people ahead of Polish elections, media reports said.
Warsaw: A kindergarten teacher was killed and nine people were injured in a knife attack at a daycare center in central Poland, Polish media reported on Wednesday.
Warsaw: A knife attack at an orphanage in central Poland has left one teenage girl dead and nine injured, local media reported Wednesday.
Warsaw/IBNS: US President Joe Biden Tuesday said Ukraine would "never be a victory for Russia" as he delivered a speech in Poland ahead of the first anniversary of Moscow's invasion.
Warsaw: At least two people died as missiles landed in Poland, close to its border with Ukraine, reports say.
Warsaw/IBNS: As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues for a month now, United States President Joe Biden has called the Russian leader "a butcher" who "cannot remain in power", said reports.
Warsaw/IBNS: Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Poland on Thursday, where an estimated two million Ukrainians including hundresds of children have sought refugee in the face of Russian bombardment that has targeted civilians.
Warsaw/UNI/Sputnik: Polish President Andrzej Duda on Friday urged Western countries to increase deliveries of weapons to Ukraine as the Russian operation continues.
New York: Independent UN experts expressed deep concern on Tuesday over allegations that human rights defenders have been threatened at the Polish-Belarusian border, including media workers and interpreters.
New York: Belarus and Poland must resolve the migrant and refugee crisis at their mutual border, the UN human rights office, OHCHR, said on Tuesday, describing the on-going situation as “appalling”.
New York: Amid growing concerns about the plight of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers at the Poland-Belarus border, the UN rights office and UN refugee agency on Friday urged all parties to respect human rights and refrain from using them for political ends.
New York: With news footage showing migrants on the border between Belarus and Poland attempting to dodge teargas and make their way through razor wire, UN agencies called for an “immediate de-escalation”, following weeks of rising tension.
New York: The UN refugee agency, UNHCR, and migration agency IOM, called on Tuesday for an immediate investigation into the deaths of four people near the border between Poland and Belarus, due to causes yet to be determined.