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“For the majority of Poles, being a member of the EU is of great value,” President Duda stressed when opening the Economic Forum in Krynica this Tuesday. “The Poles support the EU of ‘open doors’” he added. However, as he stressed, “The EU needs to review its internal policy.”

"The destroyed villages and towns have the right to know the truth about what protecting Europe and European values looked like in 1939. Today, we are reminding the Chancellor of Germany, the President of the French Republic and anyone else wishing to erase the Polish drama from the European historical memory about this right" said the Minister of National Defence, Antoni Macierewicz, during his speech at the ceremony commemorating the 78th anniversary of the bombing of Sulejów by Luftwaffe.

"JP Morgan, one of the largest banks in the world, wants to locate one of its three, four main headquarters in our country," Deputy Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said in New York. Mr Morawiecki emphasized that it would create more than 20,000 jobs in Poland over the next 5–7 years. "We're offering excellent engineers, IT professionals, and it is highly appreciated by businesses, or financial institutions such as JP Morgan," the Minister of Economic Development and Finance added.

"They cannot believe that an electrician was capable of achieving that, that he could actually see it all through. But I did," said former President Lech Wałęsa in an interview for TVN24’s "Kropka nad i" commenting on the events which unfolded 37 years ago. He underscored that the allegations made by his political opponents were "all lies".

“It is hard to believe that the latest wave of protests was spontaneous, just like the notorious December coup in the Sejm last year,” said Prime Minister Beata Szydło. “It was a stage-managed and well-funded campaign, designed to strike a blow against the government,” she added. Several opposition politicians reacted to her words.

Angela Merkel said could not remain mum about what EU leaders, activists and opposition politicians in Poland says is a lurch towards authoritarianism in Warsaw under the ruling nationalist Law and Justice Party (PiS).