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The senator of the Civic Coalition checked whether the headquarters of the “Dumni z Elbląga” Foundation conducted activities related to education – it turns out that no. President Andrzej Duda met Chinese leader Xi Jinping in Beijing. Kamil Grosicki, in turn, ends his national team career. Here are five things to know on Tuesday, June 25.

1. Inspection at the headquarters of the “Dumni z Elbląga” Foundation

Senator of the Civic Coalition, Jerzy Wcisła, carried out an inspection at the headquarters of the “Dumni z Elbląga” Foundation. The foundation bought a house with a garden for over PLN 2 million from former Minister of Education Przemysław Czarnek. Is there any education-related activity there? Turns out not.

– It looks tragic. Total mess, traces of some libation. There was alcohol in the fridge and an empty bottle inside. There are no traces of substantive activity in a place that is addressed to young people – said Jerzy Wcisła in an interview with TVN24.

READ ALSO: “Traces of some libation.” Senator with control at the headquarters of the “Proud of Elbląg” Foundation

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2. President Duda in China, visas lifted

President Andrzej Duda met in Beijing with Chinese leader Xi Jinping. After the talks, he said that agreements had been reached regarding cooperation in the field of technology, science, agriculture and the export of Polish food. – An agreement was signed to create a large Polish-Chinese and Chinese-Polish dictionary. This hasn't happened before, he said. The president also held a number of meetings with other politicians.

The Chinese government decided unilaterally abolition of short-stay visas for Polish citizens. – These procedures have already been launched, so I think we can expect that visa-free travel will become a fact in the coming days – Duda said at the conference.

President Andrzej Duda in BeijingPEDRO PARDO/PAP/EPA

3. Grosicki ends his national team career

At the beginning of Monday's classes at the academy of the Hannover 96 club, coach Michał Probierz gathered the players in a circle, where everyone learned about end of career in the squad by Kamil Grosicki.

The 94-time representative of Poland, currently a player of Pogoń Szczecin, received thunderous applause and then hugged each of the players and coaches.

4. UEFA reacts to the Hungarians' accusations

Captain of the football team Hungarian Dominik Szoboszlai criticized the, in his opinion, too slow reaction of the medical staff to the incident involving Barnabas Varga. During the match against Scotland In the group stage of Euro 2024, the Hungarian striker lost consciousness after colliding with the Scots goalkeeper, Angus Gunn. He was taken to hospital.

Meanwhile UEFA in response to criticism provided a statement to the media in which she defended the actions taken on the pitch. “The coordination of the work of all medical staff at the scene of the incident was professional and everything was done in accordance with applicable procedures. There were no delays in providing assistance to the player and his treatment,” the federation's statement emphasized.

5. Princess Anne's accident

Britain's 73-year-old Princess Anne suffered minor injuries and a concussion in Sunday's accident. He is in hospital, Buckingham Palace announced.

According to the BBC, Princess Anne was probably hit on the head or leg by a horse while walking on the royal estate of Gatcombe Park, where her home is located.

READ ALSO: Princess Anne's accident. There is a statement from the palace

Main photo source: PAP/Radek Pietruszka

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