przeskocz do treści | przeskocz do menu głównego
The official website of the President of the Republic of Poland
mo tu we th fr sa su
          01 02
03 04 05 06 07 08 09
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
31            
| | |
A | A | A
Friday, 22 March 2013

"Economic ties key to better Polish-Hungarian relations"

  |   Hungarian president starts two-day official visit to Poland Hungarian president starts two-day official visit to Poland Hungarian president starts two-day official visit to Poland Hungarian president starts two-day official visit to Poland Hungarian president starts two-day official visit to Poland Press conference Press conference Press conference

Polish-Hungarian relations should be strengthened through economic cooperation, Poland's President Bronislaw Komorowski said after a meeting with President of Hungary Janos Ader who began a two-day visit to Poland on Friday.

 

B. Komorowski stressed that Poland's and Hungary's EU membership, reinforced by the presence in the Visegrad Group, offers "a special opportunity for the two friendly and willing to work together countries to build bridges in a situation where we do not have a common border."

 

"I would want these special Polish-Hungarian relations to be strengthened in the field of real economic cooperation," said the president.

 

The president of Hungary pointed out that the development of economic and trade cooperation and common use of EU funds is of great significance for the state of Polish-Hungarian relations.

 

"I think that these economic goals are important to our countries. I believe that in a joint effort and common will we can achieve the set objectives," said President Ader.

 

President Komorowski said that a major part of his talks with his Hungarian guest concerned the situation in Ukraine and that country's relations with the EU and activities of the "Friends of Cohesion" regarding the 2014-2020 EU budget.

 

"The fact that the group has kept its internal cohesion and solidarity is an important signal for the future," noted the Polish president.

 

According to Komorowski the two presidents share the opinion that EU funds assigned to Poland and Hungary in the new budget perspective should be used to stimulate mutual cooperation, facilitate contacts and to solve common problems such as energy security. (PAP)

 

Recommend site


You are leaving the official website of Polish President


Thank you for visiting our website.

See you soon.