Polish House opens at World Economic Forum in Davos
The 'Polish House', an international pavilion situated in the centre of the Swiss resort of Davos, started hosting meetings on Tuesday as part of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
The pavilion was officially opened by Deputy Prime Minister and State Assets Minister Jacek Sasin.
Until Thursday, the Polish House will host more than 30 Polish and foreign speakers, experts and representatives of large companies and banks in panel discussions on sustainable development, the digital economy, security and the global crisis. Two panels will be devoted to the situations in neighbouring countries: the rebuilding of Ukraine and the prospects for Belarus.
Among the speakers will be South Korean Trade Minister Dukgeun Ahn and Poland's ambassador to Nato, Tomasz Szatkowski.
The Polish House, intended to promote Polish business and investments, was inaugurated in January 2019 by President Andrzej Duda, who is also participating in the WEF this year.
Duda will take part in the promotional 'Polish Night,' which closes the facility's activities on Thursday.