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Egypt temporally exempts inbound tourists heading to Red Sea, South Sinai of visa fees until 31 October 2020
Exit polls indicated a very tight race, with only a 0.8% lead for Duda in the initial tally. Two late polls however widened Duda’s lead to 2%
Polling stations are open in Poland from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. local time (0500 to 1900 GMT), with exit polls expected immediately after
Egypt, Poland discuss ways to boost Polish tourism movement to Egypt
Pompeo blames Obama for making deal with Tehran, vows to expel every last Iranian boot from Syria
Minister of Environment presided Egypt’s delegation to COP24
Egypt ranks 12 in apples import from Polish marke
The Egyptian-Canadian Business Council will organise a trade mission to Poland and Slovakia next week to discuss further trade cooperation with the two countries. Moataz Raslan, chairperson of the council, said that the mission will include 10 companies operating in the oil and tourism sectors, as well as companies engaged in import and export, and …
The Polish government decided to liquidate its trade and investment promotion section at its embassy in Cairo starting from 1 February 2018, said head of the office Tomasz Przygoda. “30 April is the last working day in Egypt then the office will be closed,” added Przygoda noting, that the liquidation decision includes many other Polish …
The V4 and Egypt concluded the Visegrad Summit on Tuesday
The tourist reportedly committed suicide in a hospital in Hurghada
Plans to establish an Egyptian-Polish Chamber of Commerce to promote bilateral trade
Poland’s defence minister says that he obtained information from “good sources” saying that Egypt will sell 2 Mistral warships to Russia for $1
The European Parliament has again criticized political developments in Poland. There is no end in sight to the ongoing constitutional crisis over the country’s constitutional tribunal and press freedom.
Reigning Olympic weightlifting champion Adrian Zielinski, from Poland, has been sent home from Rio after testing positive for nandrolone. The news follows positive tests for a Bulgarian runner and a Chinese swimmer.
Not wanting to be outdone by its richer western neighbor, Warsaw has said it plans to invest heavily in e-mobility. Europe’s biggest coal guzzler could do with a PR clean-up, but how realistic is the plan?
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum and Arlington National Cemetery have said “catching” Pokémon during visits “would not be deemed appropriate.” The newly released Nintendo app “Pokémon Go” has proved to be a huge success.
The first Euro 2016 quarter-final was a close one, with Portugal overcoming Poland in a shoot-out. The Poles took the lead, but the Portuguese shaded it on the night and progress to the semis after Blaszczikowski’s miss.
In Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski, Poland and Portugal boast two of the world’s deadliest strikers but neither the sides nor their star men have set Euro 2016 alight. That could all change on Thursday.
The most significant victory was achieved by Egypt’s Haitham Fahmy in the Greco-Roman 59kg division, in which he acquired a silver medal, with the gold medal going to Japan’s Kenichiro Fumita.
Facing criticism from the media over their lack of offensive punch against Poland, Germany have gone on the offensive – at least figuratively. Two of the players who have faced much of the criticism faced the media.
Germany had hoped to take all three points against Poland – to book their tickets for the round of 16. That this didn’t go according to plan is no catastrophe for the neutral – or Germany fan, writes DW’s Chuck Penfold.
Call this one the match that refused to believe the hype. Germany and Poland cancel one another out in a less than scintillating 0-0 draw, where the two defenses came up trumps. The result was a yawner.
NATO has started a military build-up in Eastern Europe aimed at deterring Russia. The troops pose no threat to Moscow, but they are a reassurance for the Baltic region. DW’s Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
Not long ago, Poland was the largest apple exporter in Europe. But since the 2014 retaliatory embargo imposed on some Polish foodstuffs by Russia, exports have plummeted, as Jo Harper reports from Warsaw.
The Polish government plans to unveil new legislation that could swing the country’s energy mix even more towards coal and favor biomass energy production over the nascent wind power industry.