27.02.2015President, Japanese PM discuss security, economy
Cooperation in security and economy dominated Friday talks between Japan-visiting Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe. Both politicians agreed that Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula was a serious threat to peace.more
26.02.2015President visits Japan
The securement of a Polish-Japanese strategic partnership is the main aim of a 2-day visit in Japan by President Bronislaw Komorowski and his wife. On Thursday, the first day of the visit, the presidential pair will meet the Japanese emperor and empress. Komorowski's talks with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will focus on terrorism and security, including cooperation between Poland's National Security Bureau (BBN) and Japan's National Security Council.more
25.02.2015President on British aid plans for Ukraine
This is an interesting move which shows a similar viewpoint to Poland's, President Bronislaw Komorowski said Wednesday in Warsaw commenting British PM David Cameron's announcement that Britain will help train the Ukrainian army.more
22.02.2015President: "Poland will aid Minsk agreement execution"
Poland will use all possible means to aid the execution of the Minsk agreement guaranteed by France, Germany and the Russian president, President Bronislaw Komorowski said Sunday in the Ukrainian capital Kiev.more
19.02.2015President Komorowski after National Security Council meeting: Minsk agreement endangered
The Minsk agreement on a ceasefire in the Ukrainian-Russian conflict is endangered, Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski opined following a Wednesday meeting of the National Security Council (RBN). The situation in Ukraine and the 2016 NATO summit in Warsaw were the main topics of the the RBN meeting in Warsaw.more
11.02.2015Head of BBN: Partial agreement most probable in Minsk
The most probable outcome of the Wednesday meeting in Minsk of the leaders of Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine is a partial agreement, i.e. a ceasefire and plans for further talks, according to head of the National Security Bureau (BBN) Stanislaw Koziej.more
10.02.2015President Komorowski: Poles not directly threatened despite "dangerous times"
"Dangerous times" are coming due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, but Poles should not feel directly threatened, Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski told on Tuesday.more
03.02.2015President Komorowski on Ukraine
Poland is and will continue to be in the forefront of actions designed to end the conflict in Ukraine and maintain its integrity, President Bronisław Komorowski said Tuesday, adding that Poland should also help seek ways to rebuild trust between the EU and Russia.more