Today marks the 105th anniversary of Poland regaining independence after centuries of foreign rule.
The European Commission (EC) has not presented any objections to the takeover by Poland's dominant energy conglomerate, Orlen Group, of Austrian company Doppler Energie, which operates 266 filling stations in Austria under the Turmol brand.
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Polish fuels group PKN Orlen has signed an agreement with the Austrian company Doppler for the purchase of 266 petrol stations in Austria.
During a visit to Vienna on Friday, Andrzej Duda, Poland's president, called on Austria to increase its level of aid for Ukraine.
The national delegations of the Nordic and Baltic States as well as Poland to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) have said that Russian parliamentarians should not attend its meeting this month.
Whilst it cannot be disputed that Warsaw paid a heavy price for the death of SS beast Franz Kutschera, it should also be remembered that public executions ceased two weeks after the action.
An important step forward in the nation’s struggle for independence and self-determination, the rebellion which was launched on the night of January 22, was sparked by economic hardship, political repression and a growing sense of national identity among the Polish people.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has criticised the Austrian foreign minister for apparently calling for weakened sanctions on Moscow, saying he was "breaking up European unity".
A Polish deputy foreign minister has dismissed as "completely absurd" a statement by Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg criticising Poland's decision to refuse Sergei Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister, permission to attend an OSCE meeting in Poland last year.
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