Russia would view the establishment of a US military base in Poland on a bilateral basis as a sign of fragility of the US commitment in Europe, well-known French strategic thinker Francois Heisbourg said in an interview with BNS.
Poland will push for the common market to be strengthened, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Thursday before an informal meeting of EU leaders in Sibiu, Romania.
The leader of Poland’s ruling conservatives on Wednesday (17 April) urged opposition leaders to back its view that the country should not join the euro until its economy is on a par with that of western neighbours.
Polish Prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki's visit to Lithuania is planned in early April.
Poland and Turkey share the view that Ukraine's striving to maintain its territorial integrity should be supported, Polish and Turkish Presidents Bronislaw Komorowski and Abdullah Gul said at a joint conference in Ankara on Wednesday.
The Lithuanian and Polish presidents are calling for NATO consultations under Article 4 of the alliance’s founding treaty because Russia’s actions threaten the security of the entire region, the Lithuanian president’s office said on Sunday, BNS reported.
President Dalia Grybauskaitė met with the former President of Poland, Aleksander Kwaśniewski.
Poland's prime minister has warned Ukrainians against taking revenge on their deposed president Viktor Yanukovych.
The financial crisis has not only changed Europe, it has also influenced German Chancellor Merkel's alliance policies. Instead of focussing on Paris, Merkel is establishing a broad network of ties.
When NATO Commander General Philip Breedlove revealed last month that the United States would be cutting its military spending in Europe by up to 20 percent next year, Europe did not react with the same concern it might have shown even a few years ago. That may be because a more strategic Europe is emerging after a prolonged period of soul-searching. Two countries in particular appear to be leading the way: France and Poland.