‘The more than 1000 years of Polish sovereignty makes it one of the oldest in Europe. We survived a great deal and I hope that the inspirations of the past will have an effect on our present and give us motivation for future years’, Mr Mateusz Morawiecki said in his speech given during the event.
We have invited all of our followers to participate in our petite photo contest. An idea was to grab cameras and show the beauty of Polish orchards with their apple trees in bloom!
The event brought together the flower of local society – our sponsors, creators, representatives of the public authorities, institutions, and companies; military; influential guests from the press, culture, arts, and education; to the honour of which a grand party was held as it used to be in the good, old golden years.
The latest Warsaw hackathon, HackYeah 2019, made everyone realise just what great intellectual potential is dwelling the minds of young brilliant Poles (but not only Poles).
We are pleased to announce that the project initiated by our Foundation under the name of „The Rarepublic” has currently entered the final stages of completion.
A shift of just 1% of purchases in favour of domestic products would result in an annual boost of 6 billion Polish Zloty to the budget. Let’s support the Polish economy! Let’s buy Polish products and use Polish services. Let’s choose 590!
When the coronavirus struck, the Polish government immediately took preventive measures.
All citizens were advised to, when possible, stay indoors.
Welcome to Poland – the country where streets are deserted, bus seats are empty, and the coronavirus has no chance of spreading!
In the short history of Covid-19 there have been many conflicting theories regarding the role face masks play in the prevention of its spread.
Tax havens. What comes to your mind when you hear about them? Sunny beaches, palm trees, yachts, and so on? And do you realise that we have our own, European tax havens, right here in the centre of the EU. They allow large corporations to avoid paying taxes in the countries where they generate their income – such as Poland or Germany.