WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A Ukrainian official is disputing a claim by the Polish prime minister that Poland has taken in 1 million Ukrainian refugees, adding a new element into the debate over refugees in Poland.
- 21 January, 2016 German, Polish leaders take conciliatory tone amid tensions WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The foreign ministers of Germany and Poland took a conciliatory tone with each other as they met Thursday at a time of heightened tensions between the neighboring nations.
- 7 December, 2017 Polish ruling party replaces PM ahead of elections By Pawel Sobczak and Lidia Kelly WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's ruling conservatives named in an expected move Finance Minister Mateusz Morawiecki as the country's new prime minister on Thursday as they gear up for a series of elections in the coming yea...
- 9 September, 2015 ‘Unlawful’ vote in rebel-run areas would breach Ukraine peace deal: PM Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk warned Wednesday that any attempt to hold "unlawful" elections in rebel-run areas in the country's east would constitute a breach of a February peace deal. Yatsenyuk was speaking after talks with his Polish counterpart Ewa Kopacz in Warsaw, in […]
- 18 November, 2017 Ukraine summons Polish envoy as diplomatic row between neighbours deepens Ukraine has summoned the Polish ambassador in Kiev after Poland denied entry to a Ukrainian official in an escalation of a diplomatic spat over the two neighbours' troubled past. Poland's decision to refused entry on Saturday to the head of Ukraine's ...
- 12 June, 2017 Poland hails upcoming Trump visit as a 'huge success' WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Polish officials are hailing an upcoming visit by Donald Trump, with Poland's defense minister calling it a "huge success" for the government and another official celebrating the unexpectedness of a U.S. president stopping in Warsaw before Paris, London or Berlin.