“Rzeczpospolita” is the media sponsor of the European Economic Conference

The 14th European Economic Conference – the region’s largest debate on the challenges facing the European economy – begins on Monday at the International Conference Center in Katowice. The organizers of this year’s event, which will take place from 25-27 April, have reconstructed the event’s agenda in connection with the Russian attack on Ukraine in February.

Summit meetings in Katowice

The program of the European Economic Conference this year underwent a transformation under the influence of another post-pandemic challenge, Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. Of course, one of the main topics of discussion during congressional debates will be the situation in Ukraine and Poland’s participation in helping its eastern neighbor – says Wojciech Kuśpik, President of the PTWP Group, initiator and organizer of the European Economic Conference.

– The agenda of the three-day meetings will also include the latest topics related to the green transition and economic recovery, as well as processes related to accelerated digitization and new technologies – Wojciech Quebec adds.

The European Economic Conference is an opportunity for summit meetings and discussions on the European economy. In total, there will be more than 150 panel discussions – on the second day of the event, up to 16 sessions will be held simultaneously.

European Economic Conference – Excellent Guests

The group of experts at this year’s event consists of EU Commissioners, Prime Ministers, representatives of European governments, heads of the largest companies, scientists, practitioners and decision-makers. Participants will discuss the main issues related to the future of the economy and the areas in which the biggest changes are taking place, the economic situation and many other topics that are relevant today.

It is worth noting that the guest group will include, among others, Valdis Dombrovskis, Executive Vice President of the European Commission for an economy that works for people, and Kadri Simson, Commissioner for Energy of the European Union.

Politicians, incl. From Great Britain, Germany and Ukraine. Participation has already been confirmed by Greg Hands, UK Minister for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Sven Giegold, Secretary of State at Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economics and Climate Protection, and Olly Stefaniszina, Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Affairs. The merger, Andrei Deschekia, Ambassador of Ukraine to Poland, Alec Shmylak, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic or Jintarsh Krosnyni, Deputy Minister of Environment of Lithuania.

The Polish government will be represented by, among others, Andrzej Adamczyk, Minister of Infrastructure. Grzegorz Buda, Minister of Finance and Regional Policy. Adam Nidzelsky, Minister of Health; Piotr Dziadzio, Under-Secretary of State, Senior National Geologist, State Commissioner for State Resource Policy in the Ministry of Climate and Environment; Małgorzata Jarosińska-Jedynak, Secretary of State in the Ministry of Finance and Regional Policy, and Government Commissioner for the World City Forum; Peter Nemsky, State Commissioner for Strategic Energy Infrastructure; Sebastian Scooza, Inspector General of Financial Information at the Ministry of Finance; Piotr Bezek, Under-Secretary of State for State Assets, Government Commissioner for Transformation of Energy and Coal Mining Companies, and Ireneus Zyska, Government Commissioner for Renewable Energy.

There will also be representatives of the local government and businesses in Katowice.

The European Young Leaders Forum will be held in conjunction with the European Economic Conference. For the seventh time, the finalists for the startup competition, the highest municipal investment, and the Unlimited Investor rating will be selected.

Participants are registered on the event website: eecpoland.eu

“Rzeczpospolita” is the media sponsor of the European Economic Conference

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