After more than a year of formal proceedings, the European Commission announced on Tuesday that it has approved restructuring aid from the state for Poland’s national airline LOT.
“Ukraine’s integrity must be restored,” Polish Foreign Affairs Minister Radosław Sikorski said on Monday. He also said that sanctions on Russia should be extended after the shooting down of a Malaysian airliner in eastern Ukraine.
Fruit farmers are protesting against what they claim to be a unreasonably low fruit purchase prices. At the same time the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK), released a statement that there is no price fixing involved in the current fruit prices.
Jastrzębska Spółka Węglowa (JSW), based in Silesia, will deliver coke to Austrian companies Importkohle GmbH and voestalpine Rohstoffbeschaffungs GmbH. The coal mining company signed a contract with the two Austrian partners for an estimated PLN 1.37 billion.
On Monday morning, Ukrainian authorities re-introduced an import ban on Polish pigs, pork meat and products made of it, according to an announcement from the State Veterinary and Phytosanitary Service of Ukraine. The previous embargo had been called off just over a month ago.
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said at the press conference, that Poland will most likely appeal against a European Court of Human Rights ruling that Poland hosted a secret CIA jail.
The Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) said on Friday that it has started proceedings against several companies regarding the holding of shares in Poland’s largest chemical firm Grupa Azoty.
Paweł Tamborski, who was appointed on Friday as Warsaw Stock Exchange new CEO told reporters that the potential merger with Vienna bourse is one of his priorities. “I would like decisions on the matter to be taken possibly soon,” he stated.
Prime Minister Donald Tusk is ready to nominate a new foreign affairs minister if Radosław Sikorski is elected the EU’s top diplomat, government spokesperson Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska told TVN24 on Friday.
Financial regulator KNF has approved the candidature of Paweł Tamborski for the WSE chairman role. According to a KNF release, extraordinary measures have been taken to make sure that Tamborski meets the qualifications required by the Trading of Financial Instruments Act.