• Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland



  • 19 September 2017

    Regional and economic cooperation were main topics of the discussions on Polish-Danish relations organized by the Regional Centers for International Debate in Gdańsk and Olsztyn.

    On 11 and 12 September representatives of local authorities, businesses, academic centers and schools gathered at the Regional Centers for International Debate in Gdańsk and Olsztyn to discuss Polish-Danish relations and the potential for economic, scientific and cultural cooperation between the two countries. Ambassador Henryka Mościcka-Dendys was invited as a guest and keynote speaker of both debates. During her presentations she stressed that “Poland and Denmark are connected by historic bonds reaching back to the Middle Ages. Today our cooperation is being framed by the European Union, NATO and other, e.g. regional, organisations such as the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) and HELCOM. Still, our continuous challenge is to fully explore the potential of our neighborhood that is expressed not only in the still growing trade exchange, but also in the need to intensify cooperation in areas such as innovation, green technologies and tourism”.


    The participants of the conference expressed their interest in particular in the Danish solutions within export promotion and support for business activities abroad. Discussions also touched upon smart city solutions with Copenhagen in a front runner position. Regional security and energy cooperation including the Baltic Pipe project as well as trade and tourism exchanges also were addressed by the participants.


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