Locked content Poland not impressed with May Brexit proposal

Polish government called the British Brexit offer to secure the rights of EU citizens residing in the UK “incomplete.” British PM Theresa May said EU citizens who had lived in Britain for five years or longer would be entitled to healthcare, education, welfare and pensions just like a UK national, b...

Locked content Tusk criticizes Nord Stream 2

European Council President, Donald Tusk, called the Nord Stream 2 project “harmful to the bloc’s interest.” In a letter to the head of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, he said that he has a negative view about this project. “I encourage you to be determined in demanding that all ou...

Tusk: no ‘common position’ on Russia with Trump

The European Council President Donald Tusk, said that the EU and the US President Donald Trump do not share the same views on Russia. “I’m not 100 percent sure that we can say today – ‘we’ means Mr President and myself – that we have a common position, common opinion ab...

Locked content Tusk to Macron: Europe needs your energy

Newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron met with European Council President Donald Tusk for the first time since taking office. “Europe needs your energy, your imagination and your courage. And when I say Europe, I am not thinking about the institutions or bureaucracy, but about millions of E...

Tusk testifies in counter-intelligence case. Calls it a witch-hunt

The European Council President Donald Tusk testified for the Polish prosecution as a witness in the case of two intelligence officials accused of improper dealings with Russia on Wednesday. The investigation is to establish if the two officials had all the necessary approvals, to establish cooperati...

Locked content Tusk, Waszczykowski condemn suspected chemical attack in Syria

European Council President Donald Tusk, called the suspected chemical attack that killed at least 72 civilians in Syria “an atrocity” and put the blame on Bashar al-Assad regime. “The Syrian regime (has) the primary responsibility for the atrocities, but all those who support the regime share the mo...

Locked content Tusk to testify in counter-intelligence case

European Council President Donald Tusk will testify before a Polish prosecutor on April 19 as a witness in an investigation concerning two former military counter-intelligence chiefs. “I can confirm that President Tusk, despite his legal immunity, will participate in the hearing on 19 April,” Tusk&#...

Waszczykowski accuses EU of fraud. Later retracts

Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski claimed in an interview with TVN24, that the election process for the reappointment of Donald Tusk as the European Council President was “faked” and that decision could be contested. “ We have expertise today telling us Tusk was elected in a way which can...

Locked content Tusk and Duda tie in a presidential poll

According to a poll conducted by IPSOS, Donald Tusk would get 50.1 percent of the votes, while Andrzej Duda could enjoy 49.9 percent support, if both politician would square off in the second round of presidential elections. In other potential scenarios, Duda would beat his political woes. Matched a...