The defence ministers of Poland and France gave the go-ahead in Warsaw on Tuesday to a deal to deliver two observation satellites and a receiving station in Poland.
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The 41-year-old referee conducted the Argentina-France match almost flawlessly with his performance being praised across the globe.
Pole Szymon Marciniak will referee the Argentina-France final of the football World Cup in Qatar on Sunday, the head of the Polish Football Association (PZPN) announced on Thursday.
With FIFA giving a strong hint, and many experts saying he has the best chance, the 41-year-old ref from Płock could make history by becoming the first Pole to referee a World Cup final.
In the heart-warming scene which has since gone viral, the 33-year-old is seen hugging the sobbing four-year-old as he kneels down and whispers in his ear.
Poland’s football team is coming home from Qatar after losing 3-1 to France in the World Cup.
The Polish Air Force has taken over from Hungary the command of the Nato Baltic Air Policing mission based in Siauliai, Lithuania.
Posting a video on its social media, Łódź officials at city hall added the cheeky caption: “When the wife is looking for the perfect wardrobe, but you have more important things to do.”
According to data released last year by Eurostat, Poland finished 2020 as the EU’s largest supplier having harvested a total of 163,900 tonnes. Spain, the bloc’s traditional leader produced 143,850 tonnes, with France, Portugal and Germany following behind with 126,230 tonnes, 121,060 tonnes and 86,890 tonnes respectively.