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The cabinet on Wednesday approved a bill abolishing tolls for passenger vehicles on state-owned motorways, the infrastructure minister told a press conference.
The Polish government will never accept an EU ban on the sale of new CO2-emitting cars from 2035, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said.
Poland is among seven EU member states that will meet to discuss possible changes to the proposed Euro 7 vehicle emissions standard, the country's infrastructure ministry has said.
The defence minister has signed a framework contract for the delivery of close to 1,000 infantry fighting vehicles and some 400 accompanying vehicles.
Poland's Defence Ministry has approved the purchase of 48 Polish-made Krab self-propelled howitzers, and 36 auxiliary vehicles in a deal valued at PLN 3.8 billion (EUR 800 million).
The Polish Army has taken delivery of 26 US-made Cougar 4x4 mine-resistant armoured vehicles.
One of just 124 to be sent to Cyprus from Gdynia towards the end of 1995, the truck had been kept by the car dealerships’ owner as a display model, before being relegated to an abandoned building at the back of the dealership.
Making its debut last week, the Department of Town Planning & Architecture have unveiled a customized car embellished with hi-tech gadgets in a bid to audit outdoor ads and identify those that break the law.
The Polish unit of vehicle maker Volkswagen will temporarily halt production at two Polish plants, in Poznan and in Wrzesnia, as of March 10, due to supply problems caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the company wrote in a press release.