The Baltic states and Poland have pleaded with the US to speed up arms deliveries and expand the presence of US troops in their countries, the newspaper reported.
According to the newspaper, the Russian military operation in Ukraine has caused fear in Poland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania that they will be next to come under attack.
"Obviously someone might disagree with us, and have left-wing views," Kaczynski said on June 25 at one of these meetings in Wloclawek, central Poland. "They may think that each one of us can at one point say that up until now, until this moment, until this hour - it's now about 5:30 - I was a man, and from now on I am a woman."
"Orban is intoxicated by his own success," sighs Istvan Szent-Ivanyi, a former Hungarian state secretary and ambassador, referring to the governing party's landslide election victory. "Frankly, given the current situation, I expect his rhetoric to get even sharper, with no signs of changing his pro-Russian and anti-EU line."
The ambulance workers have, in theory, chosen to be freelancers, as they also have the option of taking up permanent employment with the service. In practice though, self-employment tends to be the only offer on the table. For the managers, treating the paramedics like Uber drivers makes sense - it delivers savings and greater flexibility.
Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours:
Casualties rise on both sides
About 10,000 Ukrainian servicemen have died since the beginning of the Russian invasion, but Russian losses are many times greater, said presidential adviser Oleksiy Arestovych, quoted by UNIAN.