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  • 11 February 2014

    With official meetings at the Ministry of External Affairs and the economic ministries MFA Undersecretary of State Katarzyna Kacperczyk began her visit to India. The Polish delegation, which includes representatives of the Ministry of the Economy and business, will take part in the Polish-Indian Energy Summit. In India, Deputy Minister Kacperczyk will be a guest at a conference in New Delhi on bilateral cooperation in the energy sector and will take part in the opening of the V Asian Mining Congress and Mining Exhibition in Calcutta.

    “Bilateral cooperation between Poland and India has been developing very well and our relations are based on enduring respect for values and mutual interest in the culture of the other country. We are not resting on our laurels and continue to develop our cooperation, not only at the government level, but also between entrepreneurs,” said Deputy Minister Kacperczyk after her visit to the Indian Ministry of External Affairs.


    In India, Deputy Minister Kacperczyk will also meet with Indian businessmen and organisations that support women’s rights and their greater involvement in political, economic and social life. Polish deputy foreign minister will also deliver lectures at universities in New Delhi and Calcutta to promote Poland and the success of the Polish transformation.


    The official delegation is accompanied by a mission of the Polish Chamber of Commerce which includes representatives of over 70 businesses and research centres, including companies from the mining, extraction and energy sectors. The conference in New Delhi and the exhibition in Calcutta are excellent forums for Polish entrepreneurs to make business and research contacts and to present their commercial, investment and technology offers in the field of energy, mining and mining services to their Indian partners.


    The Polish-Indian Energy Summit is one of the events that accompany the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. During the conferences and meetings accompanying the summit, Polish companies will have the opportunity to present their trade offers and establish direct business contacts. Issues that will be discussed at the summit include renewable sources of energy, shale gas extraction and modern coal mining technologies.


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