PKN Orlen, Poland's leading fuel company, will not prolong its oil supply contract with Russia's Rosneft, which expires in January, the company CEO has said.
Sixty seven percent of Poles in a survey for the wpolityce.pl website said they were proud of the aid Poland has extended to Ukraine in its conflict with Russia.
There is no risk of an uncontrolled sale of a stake in Rafineria Gdańska acquired by the Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco), as the deal is secured by general and contract law, a spokesperson for the Polish government has said.
Poland's Left party has called for the education minister to resign after he said about 100,000 teachers will have to be fired due to a falling number of children because of a demographic decline.
More than three out of four Poles feel that the war in Ukraine threatens Poland’s security, a new survey has found.
Poland could receive the first payments from the EU's multi-billion pandemic fund in late spring, provided that required laws are passed, the Polish EU minister has said.
The average Pole planned to spend PLN 195 (EUR 41.50) on this New Year's Eve, up 5 percent on last year.
Regulations enforcing the mandatory wearing of masks in hospitals and pharmacies will be extended to March 31, next year.
Polish refinery Rafineria Gdańska and fuel importer Unimot have been put on a protected entities list by the Polish government after concerns were raised over Rafineria Gdańska's sale to Saudi firm Aramco.
Politicians of Solidary Poland (SP), a junior member of the country's ruling United Right Coalition, have said describing EUR 23 billion in post-pandemic EU recovery funding as a free gift is "the hyper-lie of the 21st century."