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Polish Day at Dubai Expo: interview

07.12.2021 16:00
Tuesday marked an important day for Polish companies at the rescheduled Expo 2020 world fair in Dubai.
The Polish pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai.
The Polish pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai.Photo: CTK Photo/Ondrej Zaruba via PAP

The global exhibition, which opened in the United Arab Emirates on October 1, is expected to attract some 18 million international visitors by the time it ends on March 31.

More than 2,000 Polish firms are expected to showcase their wares at the event and the Polish pavilion is enjoying popularity, according to officials.

Since its launch it has been visited by over 300,000 guests and the number can only go up, in part thanks to celebrations of Polish National Day on December 7, marking the culmination of the country’s presence at the global fair.

Other Expo 2020 highlights have included the Polish-Arab Economic Forum, which was attended by over 800 participants from Poland and countries such as the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Egypt, Kuwait and Lebanon.

December 7 also saw the launch of a report by the Digital Poland Foundation, entitled Invest in Digital Poland.

Danuta Isler spoke to Piotr Mieczkowski, managing director of the Digital Poland Foundation, to find out more. 

Click on the audio player above to listen to the interview.

More info at expo.gov.plPAP