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Billions of Euros for infrastructure in the Three Seas countries
The Three Seas Fund will be one of the main pillars for financing key infrastructure projects in the region, from the Baltic to the Black Sea and the Adriatic.
Three Seas Fund to be established
At the upcoming summit of the Three Seas countries in Bucharest, which will be held on 17-18 September, banking institutions from 12 countries will sign a letter of intent on the establishment of a special investment fund called “Three Seas Fund”. The main aim of the fund will be financing strategic infrastructure and energy projects […]
Construction of the next section of the trans-European Via Carpatia route. A large part of the route will run through Poland
Via Carpatia will be a trans-European transport corridor, which may become a new connection between north and south of Europe, integrating transport systems in Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey. The planned Via Carpatia route will run from Klaipeda and Kaunas in Lithuania via Poland – Białystok, Lublin, Rzeszów and Slovak […]
The improvement of transport communication between Poland and V4 countries will facilitate access to the Polish seaports
The A1 motorway is a road belonging to the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) and the priority project “Highway Gdańsk – Brno / Bratislava – Vienna”. The A1 route is the only A-class road with a meridian course that crosses the entire territory of the Republic of Poland and forms the main communication route connecting the […]
The Central and Eastern Europe – China Summit 2018 in Sofia
The 7th Central and Eastern Europe – China summit was held on 6-7 July in Sofia. The theme of the meeting was Deep, open cooperation for inclusive prosperity. During the summit Mr. Li Keqiang, Prime Minister of China assured that the Chinese market is open to foreign products and investors.
World Maritime Day Parallel Event 2018 in Szczecin. The most important maritime event of the United Nations has just ended!
Debates with attendance of 15 ministers from all over the world, world-class experts and more than 800 domestic and foreign participants as well as discussions on the most important challenges facing maritime economies nowadays were the results of the World Maritime Day Parallel Event 2018 in Szczecin, which was held on June 13-16 and was organized by the Ministry of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation of Poland in cooperation with the International Maritime Organization (IMO), a specialized agency of the United Nations.
About the ‘16+1’ format during the World Maritime Day Parallel Event 2018 in Szczecin
On the margins of the World Maritime Day Parallel Event 2018 in Szczecin was held a meeting on maritime issues within the ’16+1′ format. The theme of the discussion was “Seaports on the routes of the Belt and Road Initiative”.