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Polish Presidency in the European Union Council 01.07.-31.12.2011 Dynamic, positive energy, and solidarity are the values represented by the logo. It presents Poland as modern and young in spirit country that initiates the positive changes in Europe. The author of the logo is Jerzy Janiszewski – the author of the widely known logo „Solidarność” which represents the polish way to freedom and democratic changes in this part of the world.

Priorities

of Western Balkans

European integration – the source of growth The internal market

The EU budget for 20142020

Trade negotiations

E-Commerce Opening negotiations

European Patent Reducing roaming charges SMEs’ access to capital

Intellectual assets

Completion of negotiations with Ukraine, India, Canada, Singapore and Malaysia

EU budget in coordination with the Europe 2020 strategy The role of cohesion Policy and Common Agriculture Policy

Opening negotiations with Moldova and Georgia

Investment in infrastructure Progress in the Doha Round negotiations and human resources

Presidency in numbers •

184 days

1200 trained experts

Over 30 000 delegates – the participants of meetings in Poland

80 liaison officers chosen from almost 3000 applicants

430 million PLN – total budget of the Presidency 2010-2012

Over 10 million PLN of savings due to the support of business

partners •

50 ministerial meetings in 5 cities in Poland

Over 300 expert meetings and 200 events under the auspices of Presidency

About 1500 meetings in Brussels and Luxembourg

Cities of Presidency The most important meetings of Presidency take place in 5 cities in Poland. These are:

Europe – the beneficiary of the openness

Sopot - July

Expanding the European Union

Cracow - October

Neighbourly policy

Wroclaw - September

Signing of the Accession Treaty with Croatia

The development of East Partnership ( the LP summit in Warsow)

Poznan - November

Continuation of accession negotiations with Turkey

Supporting democratization in the countries of North Africa

The expert meetings and events under the auspices of Presidency are organized in many other places in Poland.

Progress in negotiations with Iceland

New EU strategy concerning Arabic world countries

Support of European aspirations

Safe Europe Energy security Analysis of EU external energy policy

Common Foreign and Security Policy

Strengthening the EU’s ability to plan and carry out crisis management Develop recommendations operations for strengthening the EU common energy policy Strengthening the EU’s operational ability The development of cooperation NATO-EU

Food security Discussion on the past of Common Agriculture Policy Efficient use of EU funds

Market orientation

Warsaw- December

Selected events in Poland 1/07

Official inauguration of the Presidency (Warsaw)

8/07 Common summit of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Poland and the European Commision ( Warsaw ) 2- 3/09 Unofficial meeting of the minister of foreign affairs EU-27 (Sopot) 17-18/09 European Women Congress (Warsaw) 29-30/09 Eastern Partnership Summit (Warsaw) 8-11/09 European Culture Congress (Wrocław) 3- 4/10 Internal Market Forum (Cracow) 4- 5-7/10 European Turism Forum (Cracow) 5- 14-15/11 V European Equality Summit (Poznań) 6- 28-29/11 Eastern Partnership, Civil Society Forum (Poznań) 1-2/12 High-level conference for the countries of the EU’s Southern Neighbourhood (Warsaw)

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Gifts promoting polish design The delegates visiting presidential meetings receive small gifts… Polish presidency promotes young polish designers, minimalism, traditional materials and modernity harmonized with tradition and nature.

The winning projects are: ·

Spinning tops (Monika Wilczyńska)

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Document cases (Ania Kuczyńska)

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Milk and honey (Beza project)

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Cufflinks made of stripped flint (Dorota Kempko)

National Cultural Program Art for Social Change: 1000 art projects, 170 partner organizations, 60 cyclical events, 184 culture days •

Special projects in cities: Krasnogruda, Warszawa, Sopot, Białystok,

European Culture Congress 8-11 September Wroclaw

Bottom-up cultural initiatives and Eastern Partnership

Katowice, Wrocław, Lublin, Kraków, Poznań

Cultural program abroad I, Culture: 400 projects, 10 capitals, 10 time zones, 100 days • •

Freedom, I, Culture Puzzle. Modern craft workshop and I, Culture Orchestra. •

www.prezydencja.nina.gov.pl www.uwaganakulture.pl

Polish project are prepared by Adama Mickiewicza Institute in cooperation with polish and foreign partners, they will be presented in best art galleries, theatres, clubs and festivals: Bozar, La Monnaie in Brussels, National Theater, Whitechapel Galery, London Jazz Festival in London, Martin Gropius Bau

About Poland

Projects in: Brussels, Berlin, Kiev, London, Madrid, Minsk, Moscow, Paris, Beijing, Tokyo. Program pillars: Karol Szymanowski, Czesław Miłosz, Stanisław Lem, Beats of

w Berlinie, Teatro Real in Madrid. www.culture.pl Numerous art project of Polish Institutes in 22 cities of Europe and USA and hundreds of projects on public and cultural diplomacy organized by over 100 diplomatic missions of Republic of Poland on all continents.

• debates, workshops, design, music, theatre Modern, genuine and functional guide to Poland. In an interesting and friendly way helps foreigners understand Poland and polish nation, discover the most interesting places recommended by public figures and culture agitators On its 208 pages presents coherent, transparent and actual insight on the most important fields of economic, social and cultural life in Poland ( 8 chapters ). Emphasises those places, people and phenomenons which prove Poland to be a country not only with rich traditions by also creative, modern and dynamic. Publication available on the Presidency website

Cuisine PL Polish presidency is a great opportunity to promote polish cuisine. One of the most outstanding polish chefs, Adam Chrząstowski, coordinates the formation of exquisite menu with polish dishes based on local products that will be served during various summits in Poland and Brussels. The foreign delagates and journalists visiting Poland during the Presidency will receive the bundle of polish innovative recipes created by 16 chefs, 3 from abroad, working in best polish restaurants. The starting point for all recipes are characteristic polish products (eg. herring, cucumber, groats, poppy, game dishes). Every recipe is preceded by the product description adequate to the visitors’ cultural background. The publication is liven up by illustrations.

Internet, social media

Publication available on the Presidency website.

One can write extensively and engagingly about Polish Presidency. Having in mind the environment in this brochure we will deliberately point out only main slogans, terms and statistics. For further details visit our official website www.pl2011.eu. Polish presidency is green presidency.

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