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Poland and India are places where a number of outstanding cultural creators were born. We Poles have been fascinated by Indian culture for years. The World Book Fair that is starting today, an event whose guest of honour we have the privilege to be, will familiarize our Indian friends with what’s best in our culture, namely literature” Deputy Foreign Minister Katarzyna Kacperczyk said when inaugurating the 22nd edition of the fair in New Delhi.
Organized since 1972, this eight-day showcase is visited daily by an average of 55,000 people. The World Book Fair is significant for the entire subcontinent. The event gives Poland an opportunity to get into India’s publishing market, and enables Poland’s and India’s publishing industries to meet. In New Delhi, Polish publishers will also have a chance to learn more about the Indian market. With a population of over 1.2 billion people, India is a huge book market, which is home to nearly 12,000 publishers each year releasing close to 90,000 titles in more than 18 languages.
The inauguration was also attended by India’s President Pranab Mukherjee, and Małgorzata Omilanowska, Undersecretary of State at the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
Poland has prepared two special exhibitions: on children’s literature (“Little Chopin”), and on the life and oeuvre of Ryszard Kapuściński. The latter’s works were especially translated into Hindi with a view to Poland’s prominent role at this year’s fair. Moreover, the New Delhi event will bring together a number of contemporary Polish writers and reporters, including Olga Tokarczuk, Wojciech Jagielski, Jacek Dehnel and Michał Rusinek.
In her address Deputy Minister Kacperczyk noted that Poland-India cultural relations have been gathering momentum in recent years; she referred in particular to the many events that have been organized to mark the 60th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Today, over 20,000 Poles choose India as their tourist destination each year. Academic cooperation has also made much headway, as evidenced by Polish Studies Centres (set up in 2012) at the universities in Manipal and Kolkata, and the Centre for Contemporary India Research and Studies (launched in 2010) at the University of Warsaw. In reaction to the growing interest in Poland, in 2012 the Polish MFA inaugurated a Polish Institute in New Delhi, whose mission is to promote Polish culture in India.
I am happy to welcome key Indian and Polish companies representing the mining, steel and energy sectors. It is you the entrepreneurs who put our energy management strategies into practice,” said Undersecretary of State Katarzyna Kacperczyk when opening the 5th Asian Mining Congress in Kolkata on 13 February. Poland is the event’s guest of honour.
The deputy chief of Polish diplomacy accompanied by the deputy minister of economy J.W. Pietrewicz and over 70 representatives of Polish companies and research institutes representing the mining, raw materials and energy sectors. The inauguration of the Asian Mining Congress brought together over 600 business people from India’s largest mining and energy companies.
With official meetings at the Ministry of External Affairs and the economic ministries MFA Undersecretary of State Katarzyna Kacperczyk began her visit to India. The Polish delegation with Minister of Economy W. J Pietrewicz and representatives of the Ministry of the Economy and business, will take part in the Polish-Indian Energy Summit.co-operation.
In India, Deputy Minister Kacperczyk will be a guest at a conference in New Delhi on bilateral cooperation in the energy sector and will take part in the opening of the V Asian Mining Congress and Mining Exhibition in Calcutta.
“Bilateral cooperation between Poland and India has been developing very well and our relations are based on enduring respect for values and mutual interest in the culture of the other country. We are not resting on our laurels and continue to develop our cooperation, not only at the government level, but also between entrepreneurs,” said Deputy Minister Kacperczyk after her visit to the Indian Ministry of External Affairs.
60 years ago, Poland and India established diplomatic relations. Even before any formal agreements were signed, the contacts between the countries had always been close and friendly, guided by the principles of understanding and international co-operation. co-operation.
Throughout the history, the bounds between Poland and India have always been strong: Polish scholars started their studies of the Indian language and literature already in the 16th century, the famous Polish painter Stefan Norblin was commissioned by the Maharaja of Jodhpur to decorate the interiors of the Umaid Bhavan Palace and India provided great help to Poland during the Second World War. All that considered, it is hardly surprising that in the last two centuries the countries have developed excellent political relations and economic ties.
The year 2014 will mark a very special celebration of the 60th anniversary of Polish and Indian diplomatic relations which may be called the Community of Values.
For this occasion the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland (MFA), the Embassy of the Republic of India in Warsaw and the Association of Polish Graphic Designers (APGD) organized an international logo contest.
Poland ranked 50th among the 178 countries measured by the Index of Economic Freedom prepared by the Heritage Foundation in Washington D.C. and The Wall Street Journal. This is the highest score Poland has ever achieved in the history of this ranking, published for the 20th time this year. co-operation.
Poland’s overall economic freedom score is 67.00 (out of 100) and exceeds the world’s average which equals 60.3. This year Poland has advanced by seven positions as compared with 2013. Our country has improved in six out of ten economic freedoms, namely business freedom, investment freedom and trade freedom. Poland ranked 23rd among Europe’s 43 countries.
Over the last twenty years, Poland’s economic freedom score has advanced by 16 points and puts our country in the top twenty fastest advancing countries. According to the index’s authors, Poland has improved its score thanks to reforms that covered the liberalisation of trade, privatisation, and competitively low corporate income tax rates.
Poland is just behind Spain and ahead of Hungary in the ranking. Switzerland ranked highest in Europe (4 position), followed by Ireland (9 position), Denmark (10 position) and Estonia (11 position). Ukraine was the least free country in Europe ranking 155th. The world’s economic freedom leaders are Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia.
“Poland and India are places where a number of outstanding cultural creators were born. We Poles have been fascinated by Indian culture for years...
“I am happy to welcome key Indian and Polish companies representing the mining, steel and energy sectors. It is you the entrepreneurs...
With official meetings at the Ministry of External Affairs and the economic ministries MFA Undersecretary of State Katarzyna Kacperczyk began her visit to India...
60 years ago, Poland and India established diplomatic relations. Even before any formal agreements were signed, the contacts...
Poland ranked 50th among the 178 countries measured by the Index of Economic Freedom prepared by the Heritage Foundation in Washington D.C...