Tag Archives: Poland

Poland | US Army planning to move European division HQ to Poland

The United States land forces are planning to move a division headquarters in Europe from Germany to Poland, the Defence24 website has reported.

The website said this is more “proof of Poland’s key role in the eastern flank [of NATO] and closer cooperation with the US”.

Poland | La répression continue en Pologne

La répression contre les opposants supposés “pro russes” continue en Pologne: Mateusz Piskorski, militant anti-OTAN emprisonné sans jugement depuis 1 an et accusé “d’espionnage pro russe” pour avoir organisé des manifestation anti-OTAN a été violemment frappé par un policier lors d’un transfert.

Poland | Poland: Teachers’ massive strike against the destruction of lower secondary education

Last March 31 Poland experienced one of the most massive teachers strike since 1989.

Answering their union’s call, teachers stopped work by the tens of thousands. Joined by the parents, they demand the withdrawal of the reform that, among others, aims at destroying lower secondary education.

Poland | Guest workers migration as a back side of Bandera glorification

Polish left scientists, trade unionists and politicians discussed the problems of current Polish-Ukrainian relation with their colleges from Ukraine and Tunisia. On April 20 in Warsaw they gathered in the round table to examine Ukrainian experience of last three years. Well-known Polish political and public figures, scientists, journalists were invited to the round table as participants in the discussion. Among them were doctor Janusz Fuchs, the leader of Polish socialists Peter Ikonovich, Professor Jacek Kochan and many others.

Poland | Polish Left Are Interested How Russians Live In Ukraine

On April 20, 2017, an international round table was held in Warsaw on the theme: “Ukraine – Three Years After Maidan. PATHOS OF DESTRUCTION.” Public event was organized by various Polish left activists. It brought together scientists, human rights activists, political and trade union leaders of Ukraine, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Syria. The round table attracted interest of representatives of Polish scientific and political circles who made up the audience of the event and who actively participated in the discussion of all submitted papers. They were interested not only in ordinary life in the country of victorious coup d’état but were also occupied with problems of language minorities. Polish public opinion knows very well how ethnic Poles live in Ukraine, so they invited guests who can describe situation with Russians and Trancarpathian minorities.