08 September, 2017

Andrzej Duda and Prime Minister Sagyntayev at Poland’s National Day

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Yesterday Poland celebrated its National Day at EXPO-2017 in Astana. Besides tourists and local visitors, there were President of Poland Andrzej Duda and Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Sagyntayev.

The official part of the event began with the national anthems of Kazakhstan and Poland performed by Polish military orchestra.

Mr. Sagintayev on his welcoming speech noted that the Polish Pavilion has become one of the most popular places at the exhibition.

"Kazakhstan views Poland as main trade and economic partner in Central and Eastern Europe. We invite the Government of Poland and the business community to strengthen cooperation in the framework of the International Centre for Green Economy under the auspices of the UN, which will work on Expo-2017. We have a good opportunity for cooperation in such spheres as renewable energy, science and technologies, innovations, and communications, forestry, tourism. We invite you to take part in the processes of industrialization and digital transformation of our economy," said Prime Minister Sagyntayev.

President Duda while giving his speech recalled how almost a year ago in Warsaw he discussed with President Nazarbayev the preparation for EXPO-2017 and how he admires the scale of the event.

"I hope that the Polish authorities, scientists, and experts who took part in the Expo-2017 have a tremendous experience that can be applied in the future," said President Duda.

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