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EU greenlights EUR 76bn in structural funds for Poland until 2027 | Poland secures EU agreement to curb food imports from Ukraine | Polish prime minister visits Kyiv | Passers-by save the life of man who fell on to train tracks in Gdańsk

The European Union’s executive Commission has said that Poland has met the final requirements to receive EUR 76 billion in structural funds from Brussels over the next three years, the government in Warsaw has announced.

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Officials from 83 countries meet in Davos to discuss Ukraine peace plan | Polish doc on Ukraine war screens in US and UK | Polish relay teams take home silver and bronze from European short track championships in Gdańsk | Police urge caution after two fatal road accidents in Pomerania

Representatives from 83 countries have met to discuss the implementation of Ukraine’s peace plan ahead of the World Economic Forum taking place this week in Davos, Switzerland.

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Thousands attend rally in Warsaw calling for release of jailed ex-ministers | Diamond smuggling attempt foiled at Warsaw airport | Polish passport ranked 6th-most powerful in the world | Free legal advice made available in Sopot

Up to 200,000 supporters of Poland’s conservative Law and Justice party have gathered in front of parliament in Warsaw, in defence of free speech, media and democracy, and calling for the release of two ex-ministers jailed earlier in the week.

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European Court of Human Rights rules Poland must recognize same-sex unions | Polish inflation at 6.1% in December | Poland claim silver in women’s team sprint at Speed Skating European Championships | Fewer accidents but more deaths on Pomeranian roads in 2023

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has declared that Poland’s failure to legally recognize same-sex unions constitutes a violation of the European Convention on Human Rights, in a pivotal ruling.

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