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Polish lawmakers reach compromise on judicial reforms
Lawmakers from Poland’s ruling coalition agreed to judicial reforms the government says will unblock billions of euros of European Union funding, helping the country’s economy as it grapples with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in neighbouring Ukraine.
Iran, Poland sign cultural agreement
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and his visiting Polish counterpart Zbigniew Rau inked a cultural agreement in Tehran on Sunday.
Iran’s ‘Water, Wind, Dust, Bread’ to vie at Polish festival
Iranian documentary, ‘Water, Wind, Dust, Bread,’ directed by Mehdi Zamanpour Kiasari, will take part in the 19th edition of the Millennium Film Festival in Poland.
U.S. rejects Poland fighter jet offer for Ukraine
Russia warns West against providing air support to Ukraine
U.S. troop reinforcements arrive in Poland amid tensions with Russia
The first U.S. troops reinforcing NATO allies in Eastern Europe amid tensions with Russia over Ukraine arrived on Saturday at Rzeszow military base in southeastern Poland.
Lukashenko ready to halt Russian energy flows if Poland closes border
Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko said he was ready to suspend Russian energy flows if Poland closes its border with Belarus, Russia's RIA news agency reported on Wednesday, stoking tensions between the countries over migration.
Poland warns migrant crisis could last for years
Poland warned on Wednesday that the crisis on the Belarusian border could last for months or even years, a day after Polish forces used tear gas and water cannon to deter migrants.
Russia criticizes Polish use of tear gas on migrants
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Tuesday said the use of tear gas and water cannon by Polish forces to stop migrants entering from Belarus was "absolutely unacceptable”.
EU to broaden Belarus sanctions on Monday over migrant crisis: Borrell
EU foreign ministers will widen sanctions on Belarus Monday to include airlines and travel agencies thought to involved in bringing migrants to the bloc's border, the European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said.
EU lays out options to punish Poland's challenge to bloc law
The European Commission laid out its options – ranging from legal action to withholding funds - for a response to a Polish court ruling that questioned the supremacy of EU law, stressing that action must be taken to protect the bloc's common values.
Polish PM warns EU leaders of threat to bloc’s future
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told fellow European Union leaders in a letter on Monday that the EU risked becoming a “centrally managed organism run by institutions deprived of democratic control”.
EU faces crisis after Polish court ruling
A Polish court ruling challenging the supremacy of EU law plunged the European Union into an existential crisis on Friday and raised the possibility of Poland leaving the 27-nation bloc.
COVID-19-delayed Chopin piano competition opens in Poland
A gala concert opened the 18th edition of the prestigious Frederic Chopin international piano competition, which was postponed by a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Poland blasts EU 'interference' but rejects 'Polexit'
Poland wants sovereignty and an end to EU "interference" in its internal affairs but will not leave the bloc, the head of the ruling right-wing party said on Wednesday.

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