A majority of Poles fear that the war in Ukraine could endanger the security of Poland, a new survey has found.
A place of quaint, quiet side streets and random little wonders, Webber falls in love with the copious charms of Krosno.
The CEO of Poland's leading oil refiner, PKN Orlen, has said that 70 percent of the crude oil in the firm's refinery systems is not sourced from Russia.
The vast majority of Poles believe that Poland should stop buying Russian coal, gas or oil, a new poll shows.
Poland will present its plan to withdraw from imports of Russian oil this week, the government spokesperson said on Tuesday.
Poland will be one of the first EU member states to withdraw from imports of Russian oil, coal and gas, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said.
A survey conducted by the Social Changes pollster for the wPolityce.pl portal, published on Thursday, showed that 73 percent of Poles were in favour of resigning from Russian oil and gas.
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.
The prices of petrol and diesel have risen once again above the PLN 6 (EUR 1.24) per litre mark despite reduced taxes as the war in Ukraine pushes oil prices well over USD 110 a barrel and the Polish zloty takes a nosedive.
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.
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