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Section: Poland Radio (Poland)

Poland Radio (Polskie Radio dla Zagranicy) is the international broadcasting station of
Poland. It was founded in 1925 with the headquater in Warsaw, Poland, EU. It
broadcasts in Belarusian, English, German, Hebrew, Polish, Russian, and
Ukrainian.

There is the official website with Ukrainian version Polskie Radio dla Zagranicy

      Fund-raising bid launched for Polish refugees from Ukraine
      Mar22

      Fund-raising bid launched for Polish refugees from Ukraine

      The charity organization Caritas Polska has launched a fund-raising campaign to help ethnic Poles from the conflict-torn parts of Ukraine who want to start a new life in Poland. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

      Foreign minister denies Ukrainians trained in Poland
      Mar17

      Foreign minister denies Ukrainians trained in Poland

      Poland’s foreign minister Grzegorz Schetyna has denied that Ukrainian revolutionaries were trained in Poland, following claims made by President Vladimir Putin in a documentary aired on Sunday. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

      Poland calls for US involvement in Russia-Ukraine talks
      Mar16

      Poland calls for US involvement in Russia-Ukraine talks

      Poland’s Foreign Minister Grzegorz Schetyna called on Monday for the US involvement in negotiations between Russia and Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

      Putin: Ukrainian nationalists were trained in Poland
      Mar16

      Putin: Ukrainian nationalists were trained in Poland

      President of Russia Vladimir Putin reiterated claims that Ukrainians were trained in Poland in a documentary aired on Sunday to mark the first anniversary of the annexation of Crimea. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

      Komorowski: Polish-Romanian ties ‘essential’ amid security crisis
      Mar12

      Komorowski: Polish-Romanian ties ‘essential’ amid security crisis

      President Bronisław Komorowski has said that amid the current Ukrainian crisis, Polish-Romanian ties must be consolidated, as his Romanian counterpart Klaus Iohannis visited Warsaw. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

      Kopacz: Europe faces greatest security crisis since Cold War
      Mar11

      Kopacz: Europe faces greatest security crisis since Cold War

      Prime Minister of Poland Ewa Kopacz has stated that the Ukrainian crisis has triggered an unprecedented security threat to contemporary Europe. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

      MoD Siemoniak: Poland ‘cannot ignore threats’
      Mar10

      MoD Siemoniak: Poland ‘cannot ignore threats’

      Poland’s Defence Minister Tomasz Siemoniak has said that despite the unstable situation in eastern Ukraine, Poles should feel safe. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

      Tusk: EU and US must speak with one voice
      Mar10

      Tusk: EU and US must speak with one voice

      European Council President Donald Tusk stressed on Monday at the White House that the US and the EU must demonstrate unity, as a volatile ceasefire hangs in the balance in Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

      Komorowski ratifies EU-Ukraine agreement
      Mar06

      Komorowski ratifies EU-Ukraine agreement

      Polish President Bronisław Komorowski on Friday ratified the association agreement between the European Union and Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

      Further sanctions billed for Russia?
      Mar06

      Further sanctions billed for Russia?

      Poland’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Grzegorz Schetyna has said that a third round of EU sanctions aimed at Moscow will be put into motion if the Minsk Agreement fails or if pro-Russian separatists increase their influence in the occupied regions of eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...