Beijing, 13 June 2022 (TDI): Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, and Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau held the third plenary session of the China-Poland Intergovernmental Cooperation Committee via video link.

Furthermore, Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi said, in Europe, Poland is a major country. Poland is the first Central and Eastern European Country (CEEC) to establish the Intergovernmental Cooperation Committee mechanism with China.

Additionally, it leads to China-CEEC cooperation. China plays important role in the development of China-Poland relations. In February, President Xi Jinping and President Andrzej Duda held a bilateral meeting during the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022.

It will give new strategic guidance to China-Poland relations and the two countries are committed to promoting friendly cooperation.

China is willing to work with Poland and carry forward the traditional friendship, enhance mutual trust, and deepen exchanges and cooperation in various fields.

Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi said China appreciates Poland’s adherence to the one-China principle and believes that Poland will stay committed to the one-China principle.

Both countries should play role in the China-Poland Intergovernmental Cooperation Committee. Further, advanced cooperation in the fields of economy and trade, science and technology, environmental protection, and energy, will expand mutual investment.

China and Poland’s Bilateral Ties

China hopes Poland will provide a fair, open, and non-discriminatory investment and business environment for all foreign enterprises.

While Poland is willing to strengthen communication with China, enhance personal exchanges, expand exports to China, and promote greater development of bilateral cooperation in trade.

Moreover, Chinese enterprises are welcome to invest and do business in Poland. Poland also supports strengthening EU-China cooperation and CEEC-China cooperation and is willing to become the gateway to EU-China cooperation.

Foreign Minister, Zbigniew Rau said Poland is ready to cooperate with all parties to reduce the energy and food crisis.

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