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  • 27 October 2016

    Deputy Minister Robert Grey has opened a meeting of the Interministerial Team for Coordinating the Development of Strategic Partnership between the Republic of Poland and the People’s Republic of China.

    “Our political contacts with China have recently become much closer. It’s time we translated this into concrete projects and results of stronger  Polish-Chinese partnership,” said Poland’s deputy foreign policy chief.

     

     

    The meeting brought together officials from a number of ministries, including Deputy Economic Development Minister Radosław Domagalski-Łabędzki as deputy chair, and representatives of the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development, Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency, and Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego. Diplomats from the Polish Embassy in Beijing also joined the meeting by video link.

     

    The meeting’s aim was to set directions for further cooperation with China in such fields as the economy, culture, science, higher education, and infrastructure. The agenda also included preparations for Prime Minister Beata Szydło’s participation in the Central Europe-China summit which will take place in Riga on 5 November.

     

    The interministerial team is one of the key implementation mechanisms of the Polish-Chinese strategic partnership, which was established in 2011. Last June, the partnership was upgraded to comprehensive strategic partnership. “I’m glad that there are plenty of ideas of how to use the good climate in relations with China in different areas. We will make our suggestions during the Prime Minister’s visit to Riga,” noted the deputy foreign minister.

     

    MFA Press Office

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