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    Virtual Poland-Estonia Business Forum

    – Polish-Estonian relations are living proof that working remotely does not mean working less efficiently. This is demonstrated, for example, by the fact that in the pandemic-dominated year 2020, trade between our two countries not only did not shrink but also increased by 4 per cent — thanks in large part to the digital economy — said the Foreign Minister, Prof. Zbigniew Rau, opening Poland-Estonia Virtual Business Forum on 7th April 2021.

    Organised by the Polish and Estonian Ministries of Foreign Affairs together with business partners, especially the Polish-Estonian Chamber of Commerce established in 2020, the Forum is part of the celebration of the centenary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Above all, however, it provides an opportunity to reflect on the future of bilateral economic cooperation and the role that high-tech industries and sectors should play in it.


    ‘Economic cooperation between Poland and Estonia still has untapped potential, with the Three Seas Initiative being one of its most promising areas, where both our countries could become the leaders of the Three Seas Digital Motorway,’ emphasised the chief of Polish diplomacy.  


    The panel section of the event was devoted to opportunities to develop cooperation in the most forward-looking areas: smart city, cybersecurity and drones. The discussion, which was attended by representatives of Estonian and Polish companies was preceded by a speech by Artur Kuczmowski, the President of the Polish-Estonian Chamber of Commerce.


    B2B talks between representatives of Polish and Estonian companies were the main element of the program of the event.


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