Locked content Poland signs the Rome declaration

After some news reports, that Poland might not sign the Rome declaration, Polish PM Beata Szydło joined the other 26 EU leaders in endorsing the document at the EU summit. “The time has come to prepare good projects which will be another step for us to see a developing, single and happy Europe,” Szy...

Locked content Poland threatens not to sign the Rome declaration

Poland won’t adopt the Rome declaration if it won’t address certain issues. “If the declaration does not include the issues which are priorities for Poland, we will not accept the declaration,” Polish PM Beata Szydło said in an interview with TVN24. “The unity of the EU, defense of a tight NAT...

Locked content Poles negative on Poland’s foreign policy – poll

As many as 68 percent of the Poles are negative towards Poland’s foreign policy, the latest poll by IBRiS showed. The survey was conducted after last week’s EU summit where Poland failed to oppose Donald Tusk’s reappointment as the European Council president. Only 25 percent of the...

Locked content PM Szydło leaves hospital

Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło left hospital on Friday after suffering minor injuries in a car accident a week ago. “Now it is time for a few days of rest and I will see you again at the Tuesday news conference after the government sitting,” Szydło told reporters as she left the hospital. The ac...

Locked content Polish PM slightly injured in car accident

Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło was slightly injured in a car accident late on Friday. As of press time she was still in the hospital receiving treatment. However her injuries were minor. “Nothing serious happened to the prime minister,” said government’s spokesman. TVP Info, said she suffe...

Locked content PM Szydło: Poland’s energy strategy should be based on security...

Speaking at the opening of a new power block of Elektrociepłownia Gorzów, Polish PM Beata Szydło said that the country’s energy strategy has to be based on three pillars – security, own and independent energy sources as well as competitiveness and modernization. “Energy security means that we ...

Locked content Szydło looking to Merkel for help with ‘needed reforms’

Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło is expected to host German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Warsaw in February, and the PM has hopes that Merkel could be persuaded to push for reforms that would strengthen the role of individual Member State governments. Szydło was speaking in an interview with the ra...

Reforms to Higher Education proceeding as planned – Szydło

Implementing educational reforms is “the most important task that [Education] Minister Anna Zalewska will carry out this year,” Prime Minister Beata Szydło stated on Wednesday. She was speaking, along with other ministers, including Zalewska and Minister of Science and Higher Education Jarosław Gowi...