On November 4th, took place the Czech-Polish Investment and Energy Forum. The Prime Minister of the Czech Republic – Peter Nacas took part in this meeting. The Employers of Poland were represented by the Deputy Director General Alexander Mironiuk.
-Poland as a member of the EU, is required to fulfill the idea of the common European energy market based on the developed interconnections, which allow the free trade. Therefore, each decision regarding the future of the Polish energy market must be considered not in the local but regional level – emphasized in his speech Alexander Mironiuk. He also reminded that more than 90% of the electric energy used by our businesses is produced in Poland. – That is why the present decisions on behalf of that market will have an influence on our economy during the next decades – stated Mironiuk.
During the meeting the participants discussed over the question of how Czech-Polish business cooperation can improve their competitiveness and increase security in the region. Also, they raised the issue of legal regulations for the energy sector.
The prominent participants of the Czech-Polish Investment and Energy Forum were: Tomas Huner – Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, Jan Sechter – Ambassador of the Czech Republic in Poland, Waldemar Pawlak – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Ludwik Sobolewski – President of the Warsaw Stock Exchange.