Key strategic decisions, visits and military investments are now being made in Warsaw, not Brussels.
Poland secures funding for 100 Rosomak for Ukraine.
UK-Poland partnership aims to provide critical support to displaced Ukrainians.
Switzerland ends its centuries of neutrality and joins EU in sanctioning Russia.
Almost 740,000 of the foreign workers registered in Poland’s social insurance system are Ukrainian.
The economic impact of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine is not limited to the two countries.
Russia threatens to destroy jets pledged by Poland and Slovakia.
Lithuania’s president Gitanas Nausėda continues to voice support for Ukraine, urges EU to accept Moldova and Georgia.
Canada fast-tracks and boosts it military spending in its commitment to NATO.
Latvia sends its impounded cars to support war efforts in Ukraine.
Russians turn to Thailand to escape the economic impact of war in Ukraine.
Despite multiple sanctions, Russia’s economy shrank only by 2.1% in 2022.