We are launching a "Go India" programme – announced the Deputy Prime Minister of Poland, Janusz Piechocinski, during his January visit to Gandhinagar, the capital of Gujarat – one of the twenty-nine states of the Indian Union. A Polish delegation, including Małgorzata Bonikowska, president of the Centre for International Relations and partner in THINKTANK Centre for dialogue and analysis, took part in a 7th international conference Vibrant Gujarat Summit, called an "Asian Davos". The conference was initiated by Narendra Modi, who served for ten years as the Chief Minister of Gujarat state and since May 2014 has been Prime Minister of India.

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The aim of the first briefing dedicated to the new opening in the European Union after the appointment of the new authorities was to present strategic assumptions of the European Commission led by Jean-Claude Juncker. The main aims as well as the strategies of their implementation were set forth by Ewa Synowiec, Director of the European Commission Representation in Poland, who pointed to the fundamental importance of job creation in the EU and elaborated upon Juncker’s initiative directed at a gradual increase of the level of investment. The economic programme of the new Commission was commented upon by the invited experts.

Jugaad in Hindi means resourcefulness, entrepreneurship. This feature describes very well not only Indians, but also Polish people – said Małgorzata Bonikowska, President of Centre for International Relations, during a conference in Delhi devoted to economic cooperation between Poland and India. The aim of the meeting was to analyse trade and investment relations between the two countries, as well as the prospects for Polish and Indian companies. The conference was inaugurated by Jerzy Witold Pietrewicz, Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Economy, and concluded by Tomasz Łukaszuk, Polish Ambassador to India.

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