The first of 13 low-floored, articulated Swing trams, ordered from Bydgoszcz-based tram manufacturer Pesa, was officially presented in the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, on Thursday and will go into regular service on Friday, the company has announced.
With five victories in five matches the White and Reds are advancing to the second stage first in group D.
Under Belgian coach Vital Heynen, Poland will now face Puerto Rico, Bulgaria, Iran, and Finland in the first round of the championships, which are being jointly hosted by Bulgaria and Italy.
The Polish Tourism Organisation (POT), a state agency responsible for tourism, has received an award for promoting the country's tourist attractions on the Russian market.
The Polish Institute in Sofia, Bulgaria, opened on Tuesday a photography exhibition dedicated to the Cold War.
Poland's Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz announced on Monday that he had asked European Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans for a meeting to discuss the EC's disciplinary action against Warsaw over judicial reforms.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said on Thursday he hoped the European Union's disciplinary measures against Poland over judicial reforms would not go so far as to require a vote by EU leaders.