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    Polish-Ukrainian Economic Cooperation: Unlocking Potential for Mutual Growth

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    Polish President Andrzej Duda participated in a Council for Entrepreneurship meeting, focusing on Polish-Ukrainian economic cooperation. President Duda emphasized utilizing Poland’s business potential for Ukraine’s accelerated modernization. He highlighted entrepreneurs’ experience with Ukrainian businesses, transit routes through Poland, and the need for support tools to secure operations.

    Guest speakers, including the Ukrainian Ambassador to Poland and business leaders, stressed the potential of Polish-Ukrainian collaboration across various sectors. Discussions centered on identifying areas for cooperation and developing support instruments.

    Zdzisław Sokal, an advisor to the president, noted the involvement of other countries in Ukraine’s trillion-dollar reconstruction. Talks with international institutions like the World Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for funding sources were mentioned. Additionally, Poland is engaging with foreign entrepreneurs, including American and South Korean businesses, interested in contributing to the reconstruction.

    In conclusion, the meeting highlighted the potential for strong Polish-Ukrainian economic cooperation, emphasizing collaborative opportunities and the need for supportive frameworks. Poland aims to establish partnerships with international institutions and businesses, fostering successful reconstruction in Ukraine.


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