President Duda meets with Chinese foreign minister
Economic cooperation, the "One Belt One Road" project and the Central and Eastern Europe-China summit were the main topics of a Wednesday meeting of Poland's President Andrzej Duda with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Warsaw.
The talks focused mainly on economic and infrastructural Polish-Chinese cooperation, with special emphasis on the "One Belt One Road" project, Presidential Minister Krzysztof Szczerski told PAP.
Preparations for the Central and Eastern Europe-China summit in Suzhou on November 24 and 25 were another subject of the talks, minister Szczerski said and added that President Duda would lead the Polish delegation to the summit. Also planned are bilateral talks in China, he added.
According to Szczerski, the meeting also focused on "Poland's role in Central Europe and the EU and the role of the Polish-Chinese strategic partnership in the context of European policy".
Other subjects included the conflicts in Syria and Ukraine. "The two politicians exchanged views on the subject and stressed that peace was the highest value in international relations".
Krzysztof Szczerski added that the Polish head of state upheld the invitation to Chinese President Xi Jinping to pay a visit to Poland in 2016. (PAP)