Poland has a well-developed market, and is ranked as a "middle power". When it comes to the economy, Poland has the sixth-largest in the EU by nominal GDP, and they are the fifth-largest by GDP. The standards of living, safety, and economic freedom, together with the university education and the health care system are very high.
Poland has 16 Heritage Sites recognized by UNESCO, and 15 of those are cultural. As for the international organization, Poland is a member of the EU, Schengen Area, EEA, UN, NATO, OECD, and the Three Seas Initiative.
Poland is a representative democracy, and the president is named as the head of state. The government structure involves a so-called Council of Ministers, which is led by the prime minister. The prime minister gives the recommendations for the cabinet to the president, who then appoints it. The president is elected by a popular vote every five years.