PI Newsletter September 2023
Polish PM on the anniversary of the outbreak of World War II
Station U.S. Troops in Poland, Not Germany
Warsaw and other allies on NATO’s eastern flank are vital to deterrence and are pulling their weight.
US Congress OKs sale of 96 Apache helicopters to Poland
Every inch of Polish territory is secure and protected: US ambassador
Polish deputy FM says Germany must pay for WWII
Arcane Thunder: Army’s Future Warfare Exercises in Poland
Drones, satellites and more: Army exercise in Poland provides glimpse of the future
NATO kicks off major Baltic Sea drills
Poland’s migration policy is a model for Europe
The migrant crisis on the Italian island of Lampedusa shows that the European Union lacks a well-thought-out migration policy, the Polish interior minister has said, adding that his country’s migration policy should be a model for Europe.
Russian propaganda is seeking to discredit Poland’s army and national security agencies and has falsely accused NATO soldiers stationed in Poland of criminal activity, a senior Polish security official has said.
‘Woe to My Enemies’ Rages Russia’s Mouthpiece-in-Chief
A perfect example of the way Russian propaganda operates and the degree of brazen arrogance exhibited by Vladimir Putin’s pet propagandists
Poland builds powerful army to deter Russia
Poland is creating a powerful army to discourage Russia from attack, and to avoid a repeat of the 1939 Soviet invasion, the Polish defence minister has said.
US State Department approves sale of USD 4 bn air defence equipment to Poland
US approves second phase of Poland Integrated Air and Missile Defence (IAMD)
Poland orders 486 HIMARS artillery launchers from United States
Poland starts calculating WWII losses caused by Soviet Union
US to set up nuclear-energy training centre in Warsaw
Kyiv agrees to search for victims of the Volhynia Massacre
NATO is Poland’s strongest security guarantee: president
101st and 82nd Airborne Division soldiers deploying to Eastern Europe
“If the Russians reach Poland, what’s next?”
In an extended interview for CBS’s “60 Minutes”, President Zelensky has given a frank summary of the situation of the war – as concerns Ukraine, but also regarding Russia and the entire “world order”.
Video: President Duda’s address to the UN General Assembly
Russia’s war in Ukraine ‘has permanently changed global security architecture’: Polish president
Moscow’s war in Ukraine has permanently changed the global security architecture, while Russia has discredited itself as a member of the international community, Poland’s president said in New York on Wednesday.
Grain Tensions Escalate Between Ukraine and Staunch Ally Poland
Poland says it summoned the Ukrainian ambassador after Zelensky’s earlier comments at the U.N. General Assembly.
Polish official slams Zelensky’s UN remarks about Ukrainian grain ban
Crisis in Warsaw-Kiev relations
Andrzej Duda on the grain dispute with Ukraine
Poland supports Ukraine, but must protect its interests
Poland is helping Ukraine fight Russia’s invasion, but needs to protect the interests of its farmers and that’s why Warsaw has banned the import of Ukrainian grain, the Polish president has said.
Grain issue won’t affect Polish-Ukrainian relations.
The issue of Ukrainian grain imports must be resolved, but it won’t affect Polish-Ukrainian relations in a significant way, Poland’s president has said.
As Dispute With Ukraine Escalates, Poland Says It Won’t Send New Weapons
By Monika Pronczuk
Poland isn’t sending new arms to Ukraine: gov’t spokesman
The Polish government spokesman said on Thursday that his country was not sending any new weapons to Ukraine except previously agreed supplies of ammunition and armaments.
Putin Is Winning His Grain War, Pitting Poland Against Ukraine
Polish President reaffirms strength of Polish-Ukrainian relations, thwarts Russian divisive efforts
Polish defence minister questions Zelensky’s proposal to give Germany permanent seat on UN Security Council
The Ukrainian president’s proposal to make Germany a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council is “disappointing” for Poland, as Germany has not paid reparations for war crimes committed during World War II, the Polish defence minister has said.
‘We Are in Europe’: Warsaw exhibition highlights Pope John Paul II’s vision for Ukraine
Visa Scandal Rocks Poland (Possibly)
The apparently illegal sale of entry visas is clearly a serious matter, but the effect on October’s election is far from clear.