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Poland opened a new canal that cuts across the Vistula Spit on Saturday, the 83rd anniversary of the Soviet invasion of the country during WWII, in a show of newly-acquired navigation independence from Russia.
The opening of the Vistula Spit crossing on Saturday 17 September means that for the first time in Poland's post-war history, it will be possible for vessels to enter the Vistula Lagoon bypassing the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad.
A new canal that will cut across the Vistula Spit, allowing Polish ships to reach the Baltic without having to pass through Russian-controlled waters, will be opened on September 17, a deputy infrastructure minister has said.
The prime minister has said a new canal that will cut across the Vistula Split, which separates the Baltic from the Vistula Lagoon, will strengthen Poland’s sovereignty.
Large investments are not only the engine of economic growth but also the foundation of future civilisation development, President Andrzej Duda wrote in a letter to participants of the 3rd Development Vision Forum in Gdynia.
Diversity is the strength of the Polish economy during the coronavirus epidemic, Finance Minister Tadeusz Kościński said on Monday at the opening of the 3rd Development Visions Forum in Gdynia, northern Poland.
With the cost of amber reaching as much as PLN 20,000 for 1 kilogram, the 6.9-tonne deposit would be worth as much as PLN 138 million.