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The enclave’s historic name, Konigsberg, will be used instead, as the Polish government moves to reject ‘Russification’.
Russian aircraft ‘flew just in front of nose of Polish plane, crossing its trajectory at dangerous distance, estimated by crew at about five metres’; Poland’s plane temporarily lost control.
Motorcade leader Alexander Zaldastanov, who describes himself as a ‘friend’ of Putin, is under Western sanctions for his support for the annexation of Crimea by Russia in 2014 and the Russian offensive in Ukraine.
A documentary recently caused an uproar in Poland, as the film accuses the late pope of knowing about allegations of abuse by priests in the 1960s and 1970s.
‘You cannot protect Ukraine today and tomorrow by saying Taiwan is not your business,’ Morawiecki said, paraphrasing the French president’s remarks.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, who is heading to the US, said Poland’s EU presidency in 2025 would make alliance with Washington its ‘main priority’.
Kyiv hopes to secure advanced fighter aircraft from the West, as it prepares to launch a counteroffensive against Russia.
Poland is an important ally of Kyiv in the fight against the Russian invasion and offers shelter to many Ukrainians who have fled.
The comment by Boris Gryzlov, Russia’s ambassador to Belarus, followed Vladimir Putin’s recent statement about plans to station tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of Russia’s neighbour and ally.
Moscow has already decided to station tactical nukes on Belarus soil, but the leader says he and Putin could bring in longer-range strategic weapons as well.
One Ukrainian official said Russia ‘took Belarus as a nuclear hostage’ after Russia’s President Vladimir Putin revealed plans on Saturday to station nuclear weapons in Belarus.
The royal’s trip, which had not been publicised in advance, is taking place under tight security. William also met refugees who have fled the conflict with Russia to hear of their experiences.
The ICC issued the warrant for Putin’s arrest on suspicion of unlawful deportation of children and unlawful transfer of people from Ukraine to the Russia.
Both nations announce plans to hand over warplanes to Kyiv. Moscow says the planes will be destroyed.
Gacek the chubby black-and-white cat has received scores of five-star reviews after gaining internet fame.
Home Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam said Western powers are not ‘uninvolved bystanders who had no role to play’ in the ongoing conflict, citing the West’s decision to expand Nato, as an example.
Quarrelling in Warsaw and Berlin over missiles, tanks and spare parts has reached a new level, as Polish leaders lose no opportunity to take aim at Germany.
The country’s 2 main parties accused each other of planning to make meat-loving citizens eat bugs instead, as pre-election rhetoric heats up.
South Korea’s defence exports jumped 134 per cent year on year in 2022 to US$17.3 billion, as buyers searched for weapons to be supplied in short order amid the war in Ukraine.
‘When all the leading Nato countries have declared their main goal to inflict a strategic defeat on us … how can we not take into account their nuclear capabilities?’ said the Russian president in a TV interview.
Dmitry Medvedev, deputy head of Russia’s National Security Council, also rejected Biden’s calls for Moscow to withdraw its troops, calling the US leader ‘senile’.
Joe Biden’s surprise visit to Ukraine on Monday was the first time in modern history that a US leader has visited a war zone outside the aegis of the US military.
Amount includes US$3.9 billion to reach 11.1 million people most in need inside Ukraine and US$1.7 billion for millions of the most affected displaced to neighbouring countries.
Cainiao and DHL plan to invest US$65 million on building parcel lockers in one of Europe’s fastest growing e-commerce markets.
Providing the tanks would be ‘not a question of days and not of months’, but ‘a question of weeks,’ Poland’s Defence Minister Mariusz Blaszczak was reported as saying.