Polish Businesses Interested in Partnership with Kurdistan
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Polish Businesses Interested in Partnership with Kurdistan

ERBIL — Several Polish companies from different sectors are in Erbil to accompany the Polish National Chamber of Commerce and explore greater economic ties with the autonomous region.

At the invitation of Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Representation office in Poland, 12 entrepreneurs representing eight Polish companies have joined the Erbil International Fair which was opened on 29th September by Kurdistan Region Prime Minister Masrour Barzani.

Danuta Sojka-Andrzejewska, Consular to Poland’s Ministry of Eaterpionership and Technology, told BasNews at the Polish Stand that different business, from energy, food, and machinery to agriculture and ICT, are in Erbil to establish partnerships with the Kurdish companies.

She explained that the initiative is the first of its kind, and that they are waiting for Kurdish businesses to visit Poland and establish the partnership in the nearest future.

It is also planned to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between the National Chamber of Commerce and Kurdistan Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KFCCI) while in Kurdistan.

Ziyad Raoof, the KRG representative to Poland, is accompanying the delegation and is organizing a series of high-rank meetings for the Polish delegates.