Official visit of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to Brussels

The head of the government took part in a solemn opening ceremony of the Polish lobbying centre dubbed Business & Science Poland and in a conference celebrating the 15th anniversary of Poland’s accession to the EU. The Centre will support Polish companies wishing to start their business activity in the Belgian capital.


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Photo: Krystian Maj / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

The institution will provide both logistic and expert support. It is meant to serve as the place where the entrepreneur will be able to get information on how to navigate the paths of the EU decision making process.

The Prime Minister stressed that appropriate support in the field of conducting economic activity will translate into future economic growth. He said that establishment of the BSP proves the Polish companies’ ability to cooperate.

The head of the government indicated that out of the 12 thousand companies registered in Brussels only a small fraction is Polish-owned. This is an indication of the opportunities lying in front of us in this regard the Prime Minister stated.

In his speech, the head of government also pointed to the four freedoms enshrined in the EU treaties that govern the movement of services, goods, persons and capital.

We wish to have strong mechanisms for influencing legislation in Brussels, so that the freedom to provide services is also implemented he continued.

I hope that we will mark our presence in Brussels very strongly and will be an even faster engine of growth, also for the whole European Union the Prime Minister said.


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