100 million tons, mainly of grain, which have to be exported from Ukraine, makes Poland one of the centers enabling reorientation of Ukrainian economy, i.e. land transport. It is a huge challenge, but one that offers opportunities for rapid development of the infrastructure of the whole of Central Europe. On the one hand, we have to deal with the necessity to rebuild Ukraine, and on the other hand, with rapid development of communication of the neighboring countries. The world's admiration for Poland stems not only from our military and humanitarian assistance and solidarity, but also from our quick and rational approach when it comes to economic cooperation.
During the conference Europe of the Carpathians we have for years raised the importance of infrastructure development in this part of Europe, also for war. The exchange of opinions facilitated reaching a consensus among representatives of governments, organizations, business...
There are many challenges ahead and Carpathian Europe is looking for the best way to meet them.
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