Just 10 days before Prime Minister Donald Tusk visits the U.S., no agreement has been reached on a U.S. proposal to put an anti-missile shield in Poland.
The new government and parliament want Polish cities to grow, even if just by letting them merge. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration, a draft of a bill that would make the merger of cities easier is to be presented on Feb. 28.
Unable to pay back a loan? A new bill would permit you to eliminate the liability by declaring bankruptcy.
The only privately owned alternative to the Post Office is scaring the daylights out of the government-run operation.
The chief Ashkenazi rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, came to Warsaw last week and met Poland’s Jewish community at the Nozyk synagogue. It was the first visit of the chief rabbi to Poland.
More Roman Catholics in Poland are turning their backs on the faith into which they were baptized as a newborn.
As they mark their first 100 days in power late last week Poland’s liberals are getting a thumbs up from voters and foreign policy pundits, but flak for failure to tackle economic reforms.
Parliament is considering legalizing the sale of most alcoholic beverages in trains and railway stations – but not vodka, the daily newspaper Polska reported.
MTU Aero Engines, Germany’s leading aircraft engine manufacturer, will build a new factory in Jasionka, near Rzeszow, located in the Podkarpackie Science Technology Park (PSTP).
A new report by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development cites the Polish system of financing environmental protection as a good example for Europe and the world.