Russian national detained in Poland for launching drone outside government building
Sep28

Russian national detained in Poland for launching drone outside government building

Polish law enforcers have detained a Russian national accused of launching an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) outside the Polish government building and the Belvedere Palace in the center of Warsaw, the local TVN24 channel reported on Monday. The government guard bureau noticed the drone early on Monday. Soon, they found out who was guiding it. “The man was sitting in a Porsche Cayenne car on Bagatela Street. The car had a Russian...

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NATO doesn’t learn from its mistakes
Jul10

NATO doesn’t learn from its mistakes

Author: Konrad Rekas We don’t expect anything special from the NATO Summit in Warsaw. Officially, there are few purposes of this meeting.  First, but this is not really a new theme, is the struggle against ISIS. The war on terrorism never ends. The second reason is to strengthen NATO’s eastern flank. But nobody knows what exactly this means  or why NATO should do this.  Of course, between the lines, we can see that the real purpose is...

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Ukraine calls for avoiding politicization of Volhynia tragedy
Jul08

Ukraine calls for avoiding politicization of Volhynia tragedy

Ukrainian and Polish politicians should study and analyze the Volhynia tragedy in a bid to avoid its politicization, Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marian Betsa said. “We are still pondering on our reaction. Preliminarily, I can say that we have raised that issue many times with an aim to avoid its politicization. It should be considered exclusively by historians of the two countries,” Betsa said commenting on the...

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Savchenko in Poland: Thank you for your support
Jul07

Savchenko in Poland: Thank you for your support

Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian pilot who was recently released by Russia after spending two years behind bars, on Thursday (July 7) thanked her Polish friends for their support in the lower chamber of Poland’s parliament. Savchenko came to Warsaw invited by Poles who contributed to her release and who wrote letters to her while she was imprisoned. She said: “I came to Poland to thank them, to understand the situation better. I want...

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Poland says Gazprom supplies back to normal after unexplained drop
Jul02

Poland says Gazprom supplies back to normal after unexplained drop

Poland’s gas pipeline operator Gaz-System said on Saturday (July 2) gas flows from Russia’s Gazprom via Ukraine dropped 20 percent between Thursday and Friday, but supplies were now back to normal. Gaz-System spokesman Tomasz Pietrasienski told Reuters the operator had not received any explanation from Gazprom, and that its Ukrainian counterpart Ukrtransgaz hadn’t either. Gazprom was not immediately available for...

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