The European Commission on Friday approved a broad Polish aid programme for enterprises affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The European Commission on Wednesday approved a Polish programme worth EUR 1.9 billion which is to support companies affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, the EC Vice-President said.
The European Commission, on Tuesday, greenlighted an EUR 650 million (around PLN 2.9 billion) public aid tranche for Poland's flag carrier LOT Polish Airlines as it struggles with the pandemic crisis.
The EU should take a stand against the spreading of disinformation about 5G networks and do more to increase public awareness on the issue, 15 countries, including Poland, have written in a letter to the European Commission (EC).
The European Commission has approved Poland's support programme for enterprises affected by the coronavirus epidemic, worth PLN 11.5 billion (EUR 2.6 billion), EC Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager has announced.
Today's decision follows an in-depth investigation by the European Commission of the proposed merger between the two large Polish integrated oil and gas companies.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told German Chancellor Angela Merkel by phone on Wednesday that the new division of functions in the EU must take account of geographical balance so that Central Europe's interests are adequately represented, spokesperson for the Polish government Joanna Kopcinska told PAP.