President opened a "Polish room" in the headquarters of the UN Security Council
South Korean investment in Poland was in the focus of talks held in New York on Monday between Polish and Korean Presidents, Andrzej Duda and Moon Jae-in. President officially opened a "Polish room" in the headquarters of the UN Security Council.
The New York talks concerned modern technology, the chemical industry, energy, transport infrastructure, commerce as well as cyber security, Polish president's aide Krzysztof Szczerski told.
According to Szczerski, the two presidents also referred to global security issues and military cooperation.
During the talks, President Moon Jae-in expressed interest in the Polish model of economy linking economic growth with sustainable social development programmes, added the presidential minister.
President officially opened a "Polish room" in the headquarters of the UN Security Council.
During the opening ceremony the President said "I am delighted that Poland, due to its presence in the United Nations Security Council, will leave in these rooms a souvenir, in the form of furnishing this room, where on a daily basis talks are held regarding peace on earth." Andrzej Duda also drew attention to the fact that the furniture and decor in the room were all produced and designed in Poland.
Poland will end its two year non-permanent membership of the UN Security Council on 31 December of this year.