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Ukrainian business hub launched in Warsaw

19.05.2022 14:15
Ukraine has opened a counselling centre in Warsaw, its first such facility abroad, to help its refugee entrepreneurs set up and run businesses in Poland.
Janusz Cieszyński, the Polish governments pointman on digital technology and cybersecurity.
Janusz Cieszyński, the Polish government's pointman on digital technology and cybersecurity.Photo: Polish Radio/PR24 AK

"Poland is now a major business partner for Ukraine in the European Union," a Polish government official in charge of digitisation, Janusz Cieszyński, said at the opening of the new centre.

“We would like the Diia.Business Hub to help our cooperation grow, while showing both Ukrainian and Polish entrepreneurs that by working together in the digital world we can achieve more,” he added.

Michał Owczarek has the story.

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