The Polish Central bank has announced that it has transferred to Poland 100 tonnes of Polish gold that had been kept at the Bank of England in London. The secret mission included eight separate flights to Poland, heavily guarded by security forces. The Polish central bank has almost doubled its gold reserves in recent years, purchasing 125,7 tonnes in the years 2018 and 2019. Half of Poland’s gold reserves remain in England. The President of the Polish Central Bank, Adam Glapiński, told the press that he doesn’t rule out the possibility of Poland buying more gold in the coming years.