President unveils hi-tech vision for Poland
Poland should strive to be an innovative country that invests in new technology, President Andrzej Duda said on Wednesday as he opened a business forum called Congress 590.
Polish President Andrzej Duda.Photo: PAP/Radek Pietruszka
“We have a common goal. We want Poland to be a modern country with good infrastructure; a country that is able to unlock the creative potential of its citizens, that invests in research, development and new technologies,” Duda said at the event.
Among key topics of the two-day forum are health and ecology; society; the economy; exports and economic expansion, as well as infrastructure.
The two-day forum includes several dozen panel discussions and debates with experts.
Among guests invited this year are officials and executives from public administration, state-owned companies, government agencies, private enterprises, international corporations, as well as industry experts and scientists.
The forum, taking place for the fifth time, is being held in Warsaw in a mixed on-site and online format due to coronavirus restrictions.
Public broadcaster Polish Radio is a media partner of the event.