Poland's national flags flying at half-staff in front of the townhall in Warsaw, Poland.
But Warsaw is now considering formally recommending caution toward the company, and potentially excluding Huawei from its information technology market, Polish cyber security chief Karol Okonski told RMF Radio.
Warsaw (Reuters) - Pawel Adamowicz, the liberal mayor of the Polish city of Gdansk, died on Monday of his wounds a day after being stabbed by a former convict who rushed the stage during a charity event.
Activists holding a sign saying "Wild boar massacre" "I want to live too" rally in front of Poland’s parliament in Warsaw.
Agencja Gazeta/Bartosz Banka via REUTERS Warsaw (Reuters) - The popular veteran mayor of the Polish city of Gdansk, Pawel Adamowicz, was stabbed on Sunday evening by a man who burst onto an open-air stage at a national charity event, police said.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday the summit — to be held in Warsaw on Feb. 13-14 — would focus on stability and security in the Middle East, including on the “important element of making sure that Iran is not a destabilising influence”.
Warsaw - Poland could consider banning the use of Huawei products by public bodies, a senior government official said on Sunday, following the arrest of a Chinese Huawei official in the east European country last week.
Logo of Huawei is seen in front of the local offices of Huawei in Warsaw, Poland January 11, 2019.
Earlier on Friday Washington announced that the summit would be held in Warsaw from Feb. 13 to Feb. 14, and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the meeting would focus on stability and security in the Middle East, including on the “important element of making sure that Iran is not a destabilising influence.” Writing on his Twitter account, Zarif said: “Reminder to host/participants of anti-Iran conference: those who attended last U.S. anti-Iran show are either dead, disgraced, or marginalized.
Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo The gathering will take place in Warsaw from Feb. 13 to Feb. 14, it said in a statement.