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President Jin Liqun meets Polish President Andrzej Duda
AIIB President Jin Liqun met with Mr. Andrzej Duda, President of the Republic of Poland, during his two-day visit to Poland.
At the end of the trip, Mr. Jin said “I was glad to visit Poland, an important country in Eastern Europe. I had a fruitful discussion with President Duda on future cooperation between AIIB and Poland, and I look forward to our cooperation in the years ahead.”
President Duda said “Poland looks at its participation in AIIB as a chance for strengthening the economic relations with partners in the East Asia region. We are convinced that Polish business community will be interested in joining the projects sponsored by AIIB”.
During his visit to Warsaw, President Jin also met with Mr. Mateusz Morawiecki, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development, Mr. Patel Szalamacha, Minister of Finance, Mr. Witold Waszczykowski, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and other senior government officials.
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