The past week has seen many events in Poland and in the world. We present the most important.
Inflation is rising again
The Central Bureau of Statistics said on Wednesday The latest inflation data in Poland. The rate of inflation in consumer prices was 13.9 percent. On an annual basis in May 2022. Compared to the previous month, prices of goods and services increased by 1.7%.
The opposition has long blamed the government for constantly rising prices. Prime Minister Moraviki argues that the coronavirus pandemic and the war in Ukraine are to blame for the high inflation.
Hot on the line of Poland and Israel
Israel on Thursday make a decision Suspension of school trips to Poland in response to a decision by the Warsaw authorities to ban the arming of student protection services.
Deputy Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bawek Jabunski, wrote on Twitter: “In December 2021, we informed the Israeli side that the resumption of organized youth group flights to Poland (suspended from 2020 due to epidemiological restrictions) required a change of formula – and that we were proposing to negotiate a new agreement. On this issue, Deputy Foreign Minister Paweke Japonsky wrote on Twitter.
Visit to Kyiv
On Thursday, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Schulz, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and Romanian President Klaus Iohannis. He visited the capital of UkraineWhere they met the president of this country, Volodymyr Zelensky.
The most important topic that was announced during the conversation with the media was support for Ukraine to be a candidate for the European Union. French President Emmanuel Macron made the announcement on behalf of all leaders.
Macron also promised that France would supply Ukraine with six additional Caesar long-range rifles to help repel Russian attacks in the Donbass. Currently, twelve such pieces of equipment are used by the Ukrainian army.
Resolution on KPO
EU finance ministers on Friday They approved the Polish National Reconstruction Plan. From a legal point of view, the approval procedures for the Polish plan are now completed. But the money will go to Poland only when the European Commission finds that Warsaw has met the criteria for so-called milestones.
Ukraine with candidate status
European Commission on Friday gave a positive opinion Application for granting Ukraine candidate status to the European Union. During her speech in Brussels, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, presented the information.
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