Oct. 17, 09:09
Poland appears to be on the verge of a major political shift that should bring relief in Brussels and Kyiv.
Oct. 16, 07:28
Polish opposition parties are tipped to win a parliamentary majority in Sunday's election that would end eight years of rule by the populist Law and Justice (PiS) party, according to exit polls.
Oct. 15, 14:54
The Polish government's plenipotentiary office for Polish-Ukrainian development seeks to ramp-up bilateral trade. Not easy in the middle of a war. The impressive part? It is succeeding.
Oct. 15, 08:49
Polling stations across the EU and NATO member opened at 0500 GMT and will close at 1900 GMT, with exit polls expected immediately after and final results on Monday.
Oct. 14, 10:02
Here are five things to know about Poland, a European Union and NATO member of 38 million people that is holding parliamentary elections on Sunday, Oct. 15.
Oct. 13, 16:38
RFE/RL’s Europe Editor Rikard Jozwiak asks if Poland's ruling Law and Justice party will hold off the challenge posed by former prime minister and EC president, Donald Tusk and his Civic Coalition.
Oct. 13, 10:47
Despite the recent friction over Ukrainian grain, Polish aid to its neighbor has gone well beyond mere charity. Interest in Ukrainians has spread from political to personal and cultural relations.
War in Ukraine
Oct. 9, 12:23
Poland’s decision to stop Ukrainian grain imports earlier this year to protect its own farmers angered Kyiv, and in a subsequent diplomatic spat Warsaw also threatened to restrict arms supplies.
Oct. 6, 08:52
Her last contact with her family was on August 3, when she mentioned that she had passed several border checkpoints without disclosing the specific locations.
Oct. 6, 08:51
Poland was one of Ukraine's most ardent supporters following Russia's invasion in February 2022. The spat over grain exports marked rare discord between the neighbouring countries.
Oct. 3, 12:14
Polish Agriculture Minister Robert Telus made an announcement, stressing it was an “important issue.”
Oct. 1, 14:15
With 2 weeks to go before elections, Poland's opposition gears up it campaign.
Sep. 29, 09:39
Two workers at a grain drying facility died in the blast which followed a mass Russian missile attack on Ukraine, raising fears of a global escalation in the war between Moscow and Kyiv.
Sep. 29, 08:30
Relations between Minsk and Warsaw, frozen for years, have hit new lows since Belarus dictator Alexander Lukashenko allowed Moscow to use his country to attack Ukraine.
Sep. 28, 12:42
Poland has been one of Ukraine's staunchest supporters since Russia sent troops to Ukraine in February 2022 and is one of Kyiv's main weapons suppliers.