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10 Egyptian companies look to invest in Poland, Slovakia

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 …

Ahmed Sabry

Poland to close its trade promotion office in Egypt

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 …

Hagar Omran

Egyptian wrestling players in Poland

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.

Maya Nawar

Good news for neutral and Germany fans

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.

Deutsche Welle

NATO beefs up presence in Eastern Europe

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.

Deutsche Welle

Polish apples feel the crunch

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.

Deutsche Welle

Polish government moves to control public media

Poland’s new conservative government wants to pass a media law that would effectively turn public broadcasters into mouthpieces for the government. Warsaw has already drawn scorn for politicizing the judiciary.
Poland’s new conservative government wants to pass a media law that would effectively turn public broadcasters into mouthpieces for the government. Warsaw has already drawn scorn for politicizing the judiciary.

Deutsche Welle