Polish prosecutors have brought charges against seven people in a visa issuance scandal that cost a deputy foreign minister his job.
Poland and Saudi Arabia have signed an agreement which envisages the possibility of launching direct regular flights between the two countries, the Polish infrastructure minister has said.
The head of the Polish president's International Policy Bureau, Marcin Przydacz, will represent Poland at peace talks on the Ukraine war, due to take place this weekend in Saudi Arabia.
Junior ruling party Solidary Poland (SP) has moved to the EP head for the introduction of legislation preventing MEPs from intransparent relations with non-EU countries.
Eryk Goczał, an 18-year-old Pole, won the Dakar SSV race in his first attempt.
The European Commission (EC) has approved Saudi Aramco and Hungary’s MOL as buyers of some assets in connection with the merger of Poland’s dominant oil and gas company, PKN Orlen, with its smaller local peer, Lotos, the EC vice-president has said.
PKN Orlen, Poland's leading fuel company, will not prolong its oil supply contract with Russia's Rosneft, which expires in January, the company CEO has said.
There is no risk of an uncontrolled sale of a stake in Rafineria Gdańska acquired by the Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco), as the deal is secured by general and contract law, a spokesperson for the Polish government has said.
Polish refinery Rafineria Gdańska and fuel importer Unimot have been put on a protected entities list by the Polish government after concerns were raised over Rafineria Gdańska's sale to Saudi firm Aramco.
Poland's dominant petrochemicals group, PKN Orlen, has signed a deal with Saudi Arabia's Aramco Overseas Company on the sale of a 30-percent stake in the refinery of Lotos as part of remedial measures related to its merger with its smaller local peer.
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