Images of Abdul Samad Khan’s stadium celebration amid a sea of Saudi fans went viral when he revealed a Poland match shirt with Lewy’s distinctive number 9 on the back. Tracking him down on social media, the Polish captain invited the fan to the squad’s Ezdan Palace Hotel training base.
The victory, a significant improvement on the tepid performance against Mexico earlier in the week, leaves Poland on the verge of qualifying for the knock-out stages.
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Saudi Arabia has granted USD 10 million to aid Ukrainian war refugees in Poland, the Saudi embassy in Warsaw said on Monday.
Poland will receive medical equipment worth over USD 4 million as part of a project planned by Saudi Arabia to help countries neighbouring Ukraine offer medical assistance to war refugees from Ukraine.
Poland will face Argentina, Mexico and Saudi Arabia in Group C at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, organizers announced on Friday.
Oil supplies to Poland's PKN Orlen fuel corporation are safe, even in the event of an embargo on Russian oil, Orlen's in-house magazine "Magazyn GO!" wrote on Friday.
PKN Orlen, Poland's largest oil and gas company, has ordered an additional five tankers of crude oil from the Saudi-based Aramco company in order to supply its refineries in Poland, the Czech Republic and Lithuania.
Saudi Aramco, a Saudi Arabian oil company, will buy a stake in the refining subsidiary of Polish oil company Lotos, while the MOL Group, a Hungarian oil and gas company, is to purchase its 417 petrol stations, according to a report released by Polish fuel company PKN Orlen.
Polish President Andrzej Duda received Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah Al Saud on Wednesday to discuss economic cooperation, investment and Middle Eastern regional affairs, the President's Office announced in a statement.