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Polish Presidency of the Council of European Union 01.07.-31.12.2011 The logo symbolises dynamism, positive energy and of course solidarity. It depicts Poland as a modern and young-spirited country which is a forceful change in Europe. The Presidency logo was created by Jerzy Janiszewski, designer of the now world-famous “Solidarity” logo which became the historic symbol of Poland’s transition to freedom and democracy in the region

Priorities

The Presidency numbers

European Integration as a source of growth EU Budget 2014-2020 Commencement of negotiations on the EU budget concerning the Europe 2020 strategy .The role of cohesion policy and the CAP Investments in infrastructure and human capital Trade negotiations Completion of negotiations with Ukraine, India, Canada, Singapore and Malaysia. Opening of negotiations with Moldova and Georgia. Progress in Doha Development Round negotiations Internal market : E- Commerce, European Patent Reduction of roaming fees, SME access to funds Intellectual capital Completions of negotiations with Ukraine , India, Canada, Singapore and

Europe benefiting from openness European Union expansion

Support for democracy movements in North Africa

Progress in negotiations with New strategy for the EU's relations with Iceland the Arab world

184 days 1200 trained experts

Over 30,000 delegates attending meetings in Poland

80 liaison officers from amongst almost 3,000 candidates

PLN 430 million-total presidency budget for years 2010-2012

Over PLN 10 million in savings thanks to support from private

50 ministerial meetings in 5 Polish cities

More than 300 expert meetings and 200 events under the

sector partners

auspices of the Presidency Around 1500 meetings in Brussels and Luxembourg

Cities of Presidency The most important meetings during the Presidency will take place in five Polish cities. There are:

Sopot- July Wroclaw-September Krakow-October Poznan- November Warszawa- December

EU operational

EU financial

Development of cooperation NATO - EU

Maintenance of orientation market

Common policy Foreign and security

Security of food

Strengthening of theEU's capabilities EU to plan and implement

future

1/07Official inauguration of the Presidency (Warsaw)

Common Policy Agricultural

8/07Joint meeting between the Polish cabinet and the EuropeanCommission (Warsaw) 2- 3/09 Informal meeting of EU-27 foreign ministers (Sopot) 17-18/09 European Congress of Women (Warsaw) 29-30/09 Eastern Partnership Summit (Warsaw) 8 -11/09 European Cultural Congress (Wroclaw) 3- 4/10 Single Market Forum (Cracow) 4- 5-7/10 European Tourism Forum (Cracow)

Analysis of

EU energy

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Selected events in Poland

Secure Europe

internal policy

EU budget lined to Europe 2020 strategy Opening of negotiations with

Expert meetings and events are being organised under the auspices of the Presidency in many other towns and cities throughout Poland.

Support for the European aspirationsof the Western

Security energy

Malaysia

Neighbourhood Policy

Signing The Accession Treaty Development of the Eastern Partnership (Eastern with Croatia Partnership summit in Warsaw) Continuation of accession negotiations with Turkey

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5- 14-15/11 5 th EU Equality Summit (Poznan) 6- 28-29/11 Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (Poznan) 1-2/12High-level conference for the EU's southern neighbours(Warsaw)

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traditionally receive small gifts... Wilczyńska)

Spinning tops(Monika

The Polish Presidency promotes Polish young designers, minimalism, traditional materials

Document folders(Ania Kuczyńska) * Milk and honey ( Beza project)

a modernism which alludes to tradition and nature

*Striped flint cufflinks( Dorota Kempko)

National Cultural Programme

International Programme

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Art for Social Change: 1000 arts projects, 170 partner organisations, 60 recurrent events, 184 cultural days

I, Culture : 400 projects, 10 capital cities, 100 days • Projects in : Brussels, Berlin, Kiev, London, Madrid

Special projects in : Krasnogruda, Warszawa, Sopot, Bialystok,Katowice, Wroclaw, Lublin, Kraków, Poznań

Minsk, Moscow, Paris, Beijing, Tokyo. Mainstays of the programme: Karol Szymanowski, CzeslawMilosz, Stanislaw Lem, Beats of Freedom, I, Culture Puzzle. Modern crafts workshop and I, Culture Orchestra. Modern crafts workshop and I, Culture Orchestra.

European Cultural Congress 8-11 September, Wroclaw grass-roots cultural initiatives and the Eastern Partnership • www.prezydencja.nina.gov.pl www.uwaganakulture.pl

Polish projects developed by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in cooperation with Polish and international partners will be presented at leading galleries, theatres, clubs and festivals: Bozar, La Monnaie in Brussels, the National Theatre, Whitechapel Gallery and London Jazz Festival in London, Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin, Teatro Real in Madrid www.culture.pl

About Polska

• A modern, original and very useful guide to Poland. This attractive and easy-to-read guide helps foreigners understand Poland and its people and discover many fascinating places recommended by public figures and organisers of cultural activities. Its 208 pages present consistent, transparent and up-to-date review of the most significant areas in Poland's economic, community and cultural life(8 chapters). It draws attention to places, people and phenomena which

emphasise Poland's rich traditions on the one hand and its creativity, modernity and dynamism on the other.

The guide is available on the

Numerous events by 22 Polish Institutes in Europe and the USA as well as hundreds of public and cultural diplomacy projects by over 100 Polish embassies all around the world.

Polish Cuisine The Polish Presidency presents an unparalleled opportunity to promote Polish cuisine One of the country's leading chefs, Adam Chrzastowski ,is overseeing the creation of a select menu of Polish dishes based on ingredients native to the country which will be served at high level meetings in Poland and Brussels. Foreign delegations and journalists visiting Poland during the Presidency will also be presented with collection of recipes for Polish dishes specially prepared by chefs, including three professionals from outside Poland, who on daily basis work in some of Poland's leading restaurants. The point of departure for each recipe is an ingredient commonly associated with Polish cuisine (e.g. herring, cucumbers, buckwheat goats, poppy seeds and venison). Each recipe is preceded by a description of the ingredient- including its cultural context, which is aimed at being comprehensible for foreigners unacquainted with Polish cuisine. The publication is enhanced by the addition of modern illustrations. It is available on the Presidency website

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