Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki visits Stockholm

In light of the one hundredth anniversary of diplomatic relations between Poland and Sweden, our Prime Minister visited he Kingdom of Sweden, having received an invitation from the Swedish Prime Minister, Stefan Löfven. The Prime Ministers discussed strategic partnership and economic cooperation between both countries. They also touched on European issues including topics pertaining to migration, climate change, and the energy sector, as well as EU institutions and security in the Baltic region.


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

On this 100th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations with Sweden, I am pleased that our bilateral relations are this good, said the Prime Minister. He went on to emphasize that “Our trade partnership continues to gain importance and we have a similar stance on the Brexit issue”.

During the talks the head of the government presented Poland’s accomplishments in sealing the VAT collection system, which, as the Prime Minister commented, could contribute to solving the problems faced in developing the multiannual financial framework. The talks also touched on the issue of making the economic growth more dynamic in the future.

We expect great things from cooperating with you and we count on you to forge new economic and cultural bonds, said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki during the meeting with the Polish people living in Sweden.

The Prime Minister’s itinerary also included a meeting with representatives of the Swedish business community and laying flowers under the Katyń Monument.


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