It is only a month left to the largest conference in Central Europe – the third European Economic Congress (EEC). “Poland will hold attention of Europe nowadays. In July, the country is going to take the presidency of the European Union. We already see an intensive interest in topics, which will be discussed during the Congress. Europe wants to listen what Poland has to say” – explains Wojciech Kuśpik, initiator of the EEC.
The inauguration of the Congress will be attended, among others, by Jerzy Buzek, President of the European Parliament, Donald Tusk, Prime Minister of Poland, Petr Nečas, Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Iveta Radičová, Prime Minister of Slovakia and Antonio Tajani, Vice-President of the European Commission, European Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship.
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“Such a representative diversified group of European governments, companies, institutions and business marks the importance and prestige of the third European Economic Congress and shows a willingness to debate about common problems of Poland and Europe. This year we expect about 4 500 guests, top-level representatives of multinational corporations. Talks and debates taking place between 16th and 18th of May will give answers on burning questions, many initiatives will be executed. Also, we try to arrange some initiatives as the organizer. For example, a meeting of politicians and energy-related companies will give a chance for discussion about the North-South gas corridor’s idea” – says Wojciech Kuśpik.
EEC 2011 co-organizers are the Silesian Voivodeship, the Metropolitan Association of Upper Silesia and the City of Katowice. The Congress organizer is PTWP SA Group.