Locked content Tusk: Cameron is pressing for fast EU deal

Donald Tusk said in an interview with British daily The Guardian said that David Cameron is pressing 27 other European heads of government to accept his terms for deciding Britain’s future in the EU at a Brussels summit in two weeks’ time. The President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, will cha...

Locked content Poland second worst in EU transport ranking

Poland ranks second from bottom in the 2015 edition of the EU Transport Scoreboard, which compares member state performance in 29 transport-related categories and highlights the five top and bottom performers in each of these categories. “Poland has a high share of electrified railways (over 6...

Locked content Poland wants EU to create Russian TV channel

Poland and the Netherlands have proposed that the EU create a Russian language channel to counter the infiltration of Russian propaganda in the media. Speaking in Brussels, Grzegorz Schetyna, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, stated that a conference to discuss financing for this project will be held...

Locked content PLN 347 bln spent in 2007-2013 financial framework

The Ministry of Infrastructure and Development announced that for the projects in 2007-2013 European Union financial framework Poland spent PLN 347 bln, of which PLN 246.4 bln comprised EU endowment. Over 106,000 contracts for an aggregate endowment of PLN 410 bln were signed. The European Union con...

Tusk: EU reached “unanimous” agreement

European Council President Donald Tusk said on Monday morning that the eurozone leaders agreed on negotiations for the bailout for Greece. The Athens may be needing up to €86 billion, according to the document adopted at Sunday night, the media reported.

Locked content 55.5 mln euro fine for EU fund misappropriation

An audit conducted by the European Commission with regard to EU funding for Polish agriculture has found that Poland must pay 55.5 million euro in fines for irregularities in investments by fruit and vegetable producers. EU funds were awarded to support producers and help them organize a common mark...

Locked content EU: Poland, Hungary lagging in renewable energy

While the EU as a whole is well on its way to meet it’s renewable energy requirements, Poland may have a harder time achieving this goal. By 2020, countries should be producing 20 percent of their energy from renewable sources, according to the OZE (Renewable Energy) agreement.  A recent European Co...