Watch the video Janusz Reiter: Scholz’s critics say he won’t do anything about Russia On Thursday, February 2, celebrations related to the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Stalingrad will take place in Volgograd. Preparations have been made for several
– In Poland, in many places, from Auschwitz-Birkenau to Majdanek, Bełżec, Sobibór, we remember the victims of what Germany did to the world at that time. All this in order not to stop telling the world what causes hatred between
In the last “Wiadomości” TVP host Edyta Lewandowska announced the material “Shocking scale of corruption in Brussels” by Maksymilian Maszenda. The segment has been dedicated corruption scandal in the European Parliament — the Belgian prosecutor’s office extensively investigated MPs’ relations
In early December, Jacek Kurski confirmed on social mediathat he took up a job “consistent with (…) managerial education and experience” as Alternative Executive Director at the World Bank. “I always thought that there was no life outside of politics.
The two seemingly disparate messages suggest that Russia’s influence in southeastern Europe is sadly still quite strong. The first message concerns Croatian President Zoran Milanovic. The man who had embarrassed Croatia with pro-Russian statements for months did it again yesterday.
Przemysław Czarnek, Minister of Education and Science participated in the celebrations of International Holocaust Remembrance Day in Lublin. In the Poland in many places from Auschwitz-Birkenau through Majdanek, Bełżec, Sobibór and many other places, we commemorate the victims of what
German and the United States recently made headlines by deciding to send a tank to Ukraine. But the unsung hero behind this groundbreaking decision is actually Poland, wrote Diane Francis, editor-in-chief of the National Post in Canada, on the Atlantic
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Arkadiusz Mularczyk would ask the United Nations for reparations from Germany. As he said on Program 1 of Radio Poland, he intends to ask for intervention. I have requested a meeting with the UN Secretary
5. Novak Djokovic vs. Stan Wawrinka (2013) – 5 hours 2 minutes By 2013, Novak Djokovic had already won three victories at the Australian Open and was confidently heading for another. The Serb very confidently won the first three matches
“Super Express”: – Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, many people in modern Russia have noticed the new incarnation of the aggressive Soviet Union. One major ideological difference was that the Soviet Union promised a bright future. Putin’s