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10 września 2021


Radio Gdansk News in English: Polish President says everything being done to secure EU border

Poland's President Andrzej Duda has insisted that the country is doing everything it can to secure the country's and the EU's eastern border with Belarus amid the ongoing migrant crisis there.

Poland last week announced a state of emergency in the eastern part of the country in a bid to make management of the situation easier. Speaking in Budapest after meeting his Hungarian counterpart he added that "We are making every effort to protect the EU's frontiers, by every legal and possible means". The two leaders had discussed security issues in the region, especially the Belarus border crisis. His Hungarian counterpart referred to Europe's 2015 migrant crisis and said his country was happy to share its experience in safeguarding the border and its "knowledge about how the frontier should be managed."

Source – Polskie Radio

Hungary has joined Poland in condemning the decision by the EU to fine Poland over the country's stance on judicial reforms.


The European commission this week asked the EU's top court to start fining Poland over a long-running dispute over so-called "rule of law" provisions enacted by the country. Warsaw has said that a disputed mechanism for disciplining judges will be dismantled, at Brussels request. Poland and Hungary are locked in an ideological battle with the EU over what the two countries say is the protection of their traditional societies from Western liberalism.

Source – Polskie Radio

Poland will face off against Finland in the round of 16 of the Men's European Volleyball Championship as they look to extend their five-match winning streak at the tournament.

Poland on Wednesday picked up their fifth straight win at the EuroVolley championships, defeating Ukraine 3-0 in their final group-stage match on home turf in the southern city of Kraków. The Poles, who are reigning world champions, will play Finland for a place in the quarter-finals of the continental tournament on home soil in the Baltic city of Gdańsk on Saturday.

Source – Polskie Radio

A dog has been rescued from the main motorway that bypasses the Three Cities. Police were called to reports of the dog, a large labrador type, who had been reported wandering along the side of the motorway.

The confused pooch was apprehended by police and put in the back of a patrol car while efforts were made to locate the owner, with the help of a local dog’s home. Dog and owner were thankfully re-united a short time later.

Source – Trojmiasto.pl


Today continues with lovely sunny weather, with a moderate breeze and temperatures reaching a fantastic 26 degrees centigrade (79 degrees Fahrenheit) during the day, dropping to 14 degrees overnight. Tomorrow will start sunny with the chance of thunderstorms later in the day and temperatures of 20 degrees during the day and 13 degrees overnight.

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