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    Strengthening Polish-Slovak Cooperation for a United Europe

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    Poland and Slovakia have signed a cooperation agreement to bolster their collaboration in utilizing EU cohesion policies and achieving joint development objectives. The agreement, led by Minister Grzegorz Puda and Minister Peter Balík, signifies a crucial step towards a more unified and robust Europe.

    Both nations have committed to sharing experiences and best practices in managing EU funds. Poland, a cohesion policy leader, is ready to share successes and best solutions with Slovakia, focusing on simplified fund implementation, Territorial Integrated Investments, and EU Transport Projects.

    Transboundary Cooperation

    Poland’s Ministry of Funds and Regional Policy will continue its partnership with Slovakia’s Ministry of Investment, Regional Development, and Informatics, leveraging successful cross-border cooperation programs.

    The Slovak delegation’s visit to Poland included meetings with the Center for EU Transport Projects, discussing project execution support, road investments, and healthcare solutions.

    Strong Polish-Slovak Relations

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