Prime Ministers of the Visegrad Group signed the Warsaw Declaration

Innovation should become a symbol, a sign of our region stressed Prime Minister Beata Szydło during Central Eastern Europe Innovators Summit. The Prime Ministers of V4 signed the Warsaw Declaration supporting innovative economy.

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Prime Minister Beata Szydło argued that the Warsaw Declaration is a new way for the Visegrad Group and it is to serve for our common future. I am very glad we are here together. We can now talk about the future of modern and innovative Europe. Europe which we want to be associated primarily with innovation, youth, energy and the most positive issues said Beata Szydło at the Central Eastern Europe Innovators Summit.

The Prime Minister declared that the countries of the Visegrad Group want to build together a positive future of the European Union, in reference to the previous talks of the leaders of V4 during the visit of the Prime Ministers in Warsaw.

The success is within arm’s reach

The Polish Prime Minister thanked all the people who had organised the congress. When, during the Economic Forum in Krynica, we met also with the Prime Ministers of the Visegrad Group, we talked of creating some project, not only in political terms, but trying to create in our region an area connecting us also on other levels she said.

She indicated that it was then that the plan was created and at the end of the Polish Presidency in the Visegrad Group a common meeting of innovators of V4 was to take place. Today it becomes a fact said Beata Szydło. She also hoped that the congress would begin a good tradition of organising such meetings.

Visegrad Group as the start-up of Europe

The Prime Minister hoped that the Visegrad Group would become the symbol of innovation. Here, in the Visegrad Group, we want to create a brand of innovation. We want our countries to give an example to others and to be in the avantgarde vanguarde of innovation. We want to build an innovation ecosystem in order to provide an opportunity of creating new, amazing ideas, while relating science to economy. This is our task declared the Polish Prime Minister.

We count on the entrepreneurship, we count on the economy.

Prime Minister Beata Szydło referred also to the economic strategy implemented by the Polish Government “Responsible Development Plan”, indicating that for the Polish Government the innovation and entrepreneurship play a key role. We create, as a country, good conditions for entrepreneurs and we connect it with science. Then we hope and we know that it will have a positive impact on the economy she added. We want you to make your dreams come true here, in your countries, and through making them come true help us all make our dream about the development and safety for our region come true finished the Prime Minister.

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