Cooperation between Poland and Vietnam reaching new heights in time of adversity

Cooperation between Poland and Vietnam reaching new heights in time of adversity

Over the past year and a half, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected a great number of people across the globe. This period will undoubtedly be remembered in most countries as filled with adversity and suffering.
Vietnam receives over 500,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine from Poland

Vietnam receives over 500,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine from Poland

Vietnam received in Hanoi on August 23 a batch of 501,600 doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine donated by the Polish Government.
Poland hands over COVID-19 vaccine batch to Vietnam

Poland hands over COVID-19 vaccine batch to Vietnam

A batch of 501,600 COVID-19 vaccine doses donated by the Polish Government was handed over to Vietnam at a ceremony held at Warsaw Chopin on August 20.
FNF Lighthouse project connects four Vietnamese exporters with Europe

FNF Lighthouse project connects four Vietnamese exporters with Europe

Four Vietnamese organic agricultural producers in the EVFTA Lighthouse project of FNF have been introduced to foreign trade promotion partners.
Vietnam seeks to expand exports to EU via Poland

Vietnam seeks to expand exports to EU via Poland

Effectively exploiting the Polish market is one of the ways to help Vietnamese goods make inroads into the EU market, experts told a workshop held by the Ho Chi Minh City Investment and Trade Promotion Centre (ITPC) on January 28 on the prospects for Vietnam’s exports to the EU through the Polish gateway.
Polish-Vietnamese trade ties intensify

Polish-Vietnamese trade ties intensify

Vietnam is rising as a potential trade partner for exporters from Poland ahead of the highly-anticipated EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement. Piotr Harasimowicz, chief representative officer at the Polish Investment and Trade Agency, told VIR’s Thanh Van about the immense potential for both nations that will arise from the agreement.
Poland hit by bird flu outbreak on turkey farms

Poland hit by bird flu outbreak on turkey farms

Bird flu has been detected in turkeys in eastern Poland, authorities said on Wednesday (Jan 1), and local media reported that the outbreak could require up to 40,000 birds to be slaughtered.
Firms from Hanoi and Poland seek co-operation

Firms from Hanoi and Poland seek co-operation

Representatives of Hanoi enterprises and their counterparts from Poland gathered in the capital yesterday to seek potential co-operation at a forum.
Lightning strike kills five in Polish, Slovak mountains

Lightning strike kills five in Polish, Slovak mountains

At least five people, including two children, were killed and more than 100 others were injured on Thursday (Aug 22) during a sudden thunderstorm in Poland and Slovakia's Tatra mountains, according to rescuers and officials.
EU states destroy suspect Polish beef as scare spreads

EU states destroy suspect Polish beef as scare spreads

Several EU countries on Friday seized and destroyed suspect beef from a Polish slaughterhouse where allegedly sick cows were butchered, as French authorities said some of the meat had already been sold to customers.
Poland 'must pay' for Huawei arrest: Chinese state-run daily

Poland 'must pay' for Huawei arrest: Chinese state-run daily

Poland "must pay" for arresting an employee of Chinese telecom giant Huawei for alleged espionage, state-run tabloid Global Times said on Monday (Jan 14).
Investors from Poland seize opportunity to corporate in foodstuff

Investors from Poland seize opportunity to corporate in foodstuff

Thanks to the strength of agriculture, Vietnam and Poland will co-operate to develop, especially in the food sector.
Portugal held by Poland, Sweden promoted in Nations League

Portugal held by Poland, Sweden promoted in Nations League

Hosts Portugal had already qualified for June's inaugural Nations League finals alongside England, the Netherlands and Switzerland, while Poland could not avoid relegation.
Tourists charged with stealing bricks from Auschwitz memorial

Tourists charged with stealing bricks from Auschwitz memorial

Two Hungarian tourists have admitted to trying to steal bricks from the ruins of a crematorium at the site of the former Nazi German death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, according to police.
EU starts legal action against Poland over Supreme Court reform

EU starts legal action against Poland over Supreme Court reform

The EU on Monday (Jul 2) launched legal action against Poland over its controversial Supreme Court reforms, in the latest round of a bitter spat between Brussels and the right-wing government in Warsaw.
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