The new Polish infrastructure minister, Alvin Gajadhur, will meet with representatives of the transport industry amid protests that have blocked Poland's border crossings with Ukraine, said government spokesperson.
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Poland’s state-owned development bank BGK and its Korean partners have signed an agreement to work together in infrastructure and renewable energy projects, BGK wrote in a statement published on Friday.
Poland has received PLN 4.4 billion (EUR 1 bln) from the EU's Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) to carry out transportation projects, the Ministry of Infrastructure announced on Thursday.
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Abolishing tolls for passenger vehicles on motorways will transfer some road traffic from alternative routes and help improve road safety, the infrastructure minister has told PAP.
The Polish government has approved draft legislation enabling the Polish military to respond to terrorist attacks against undersea energy infrastructure, including the strategic Baltic Pipe natural gas pipeline.
Polish companies have already started rebuilding war-torn Ukraine, a Polish daily has reported.
A Polish deputy foreign minister has appealed to the European Union and its members to increase their humanitarian assistance to Ukraine.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has signed a decree introducing the BRAVO alert over threats to the country's external energy infrastructure.
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