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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

     

  • ASIA AND PACIFIC

  • 20 September 2017

    On September 18 deputy minister Marek Magierowski presided over the 10th meeting of the Inter-ministerial Team for Coordinating the Development of Strategic Partnership between the Republic of Poland and the People’s Republic of China. Created in 2012, the Group’s purpose is to increase the coherence of activities of the Polish public administration in the framework of the strategic partnership established between the two countries in 2011. In 2016 the level of diplomatic relations between Poland and China was further upgraded to the status of “comprehensive strategic partnership”.

    The main purpose of the meeting of the Team was to assess current political relations and sectorial cooperation with China, as well as ongoing projects, planned meetings and upcoming visits. The goals and conditions of the Polish-Chinese cooperation in particular fields were also analyzed. The participants summarized the bilateral relationship in the run up to the next round of the strategic dialogue between Poland and China, which will take place between deputy ministers of foreign affairs in Beijing on September 28.

     

    Present at the meeting were representatives of the Chancellery of the President, Chancellery of the Prime Minister, relevant ministries, the Polish Investment and Trade Agency as well as the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development. The head of the Polish Embassy in Beijing and his team also participated in the meeting via a videoconference link.

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