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Polish Presidency of the Council of the European Union 01.07.-31.12.2011 Dynamism, positive energy and solidarity are the values symbolized on the logo. It shows Poland as a modern and young at heart country that initiates positive changes in Europe. The author of the logo of the Presidency is Jerzy Janiszewski - the author of the

European integration as the source of growth Internal market E-commerce European Patent Lowering roaming fees Access to capital for SMEs Intellectual capital

The EU budget 2014-2020 Commercial negotiations Beginning of the The conclusion of negotiations negotiations with the Ukraine, India, Canada, The EU budget Singapur and Malesia interconnected with the Europe 2020 Strategy The beginning of The role of cohesion policy and Common Agricultural Policy

negotiations with Moldova and Georgia

The progress in negotiations of Doha Investments in infrastructure Development Round and human capital

Europe profiting from openness The EU Enlargement Signing the Accession Treaty with Croatia

Neighbor policy Developing Eastern Partnership (the summit of the Partnership in Warsaw)

Continuing accession negotiations with Turkey

Supporting the democratization in North African countries

Progress in negotiations with Iceland

New strategy of EU-Arabic relations

Support for European aspirations of West Balkans Energy security Common Foreign and Security Policy

Food security

• 184 days • 1200 trained experts • More than 30000 delegates - participants of the meetings in Poland • 80 liaison officers chosen from nearly 3000 candidates • 430 million PLN - the total budget of the Presidency for the years 2010-2012 • More than 10 million PLN of savings thanks to the support of business partners • 50 ministerial meetings in 5 cities in Poland • More than 300 expert meetings and 200 events under the patronage of the Presidency

Most important meetings of the Presidency take place in five Polish cities. They are: Sopot - July Wrocław - September Cracow - October Poznań - November Warszawa - December In many other places in the whole country expert meetings take place as well as other events under the patronage of the Presidency.

Safe Europe The EU Enlargement Signing the Accession Treaty with Croatia

Neighbor policy Developing Eastern Partnership (the summit of the Partnership in Warsaw)

Continuing accession negotiations with Turkey

Supporting the democratization in North African countries

Progress in negotiations with Iceland

New strategy of EU-Arabic relations

Support for European aspirations of West Balkans Energy security Common Foreign and Security Policy The analysis of EU's external energy security

Strengthening EU's abilities to plan and carry out crisis

Food security

Discussion on the future of Common Agricultural

1/07 8/07 2- 3/09 17-18/09 29-30/09 8-11/09 3- 4/10 5-7/10 14-15/11 28-29/11 1-2/12

Official inauguration of the Presidency (Warsaw) Joint meeting of the Miniterial Council of Poland and European Commission (Warsaw) Informal meeting of foreign affairs ministers EU-27 (Sopot) European Women Congress (Warsaw) the Summit of the Eastern Partnership (Warsaw) European Culture Congress (Wrocław) Internal Market Forum (Cracow) European Tourism Forum (Cracow) 5th European Summit on Equality (Poznań) Civil Society Forum of the Eastern Partnership (Poznań) High Level wConference for EU's Southern Neighbours (Warsaw)

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Delegates coming to the meetings of the Presidency traditionally receive a small souvenir... Polish Presidency has chosen young Polish designers, minimalism, traditional materials, modernity meeting tradition and nature.

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The winning projects are: • Bączki (Bitterns) (Monika Wilczyńska) • Aktówki (Briefcases) (Ania Kuczyńska) • Mleko i miód (Milk and Honey) (Beza projekt) • Spinki z krzemieniem pasiastym (Staples with striped firestone) (Dorota Kempko)

Art for Social Change: 1000 artistic projects, 170 partner organizations, 60 cycle events, 184 culture days • special projects in the following cities: Krasnogruda, Warsaw, Sopot, Białystok, Katowice, Wrocław, Lublin, Cracow, Poznań • European Culture Congress 8-11 September Wrocław • bottom-up cultural initiatives and Eastern Partnership • debates, workshops, design, music, theatre www.prezydencja.nina.gov.pl www.uwaganakulture.pl

Modern, original and very functional guide of Poland. It helps the foreigners in an attractive and easy way to understand Poland and Poles, discover the most interesting places recommended by public officials and culture animators. On 208 pages it presents a cohesive, transparent and up-todate overview of the most important fields of economic, social and cultural life of Poland (8 chapters). It concentrates on these places, people and phenomena that confirm the image of Poland as a country with huge traditions as well as creative, modern and dynamic at the same time. Publication can be downloaded from the Presidency website

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I, Culture: 400 projects, 10 capitals, 10 time zones, 100 days • Projects in: Brussels, Berlin, Kiev, London, Madrid, Minsk, Moscow, Paris, Beijing, Tokio. • Program pillars: Karol Szymanowski, Czesław Miłosz, Stanisław Lem, Beats of Freedom, I, Culture Puzzle. Workshop of modern crafting and I, Culture Orchestra. • Polish projects prepared by Adam Mickiewicz Institute in cooperation with Polish and foreign partners will be presented in the best galleries, scenes, clubs and festivals: Bozar, La Monnaie in Brussels, National Theater, Whitechapel Galery, London Jazz Festival, Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin, Teatro Real in Madrid. www.culture.pl • Numerous cultural projects of Polish Institutes in 22 European and US cities and a few hundred projects in the field of public and cultural diplomacy performed by more than 100 diplomatic establishments of Poland on every continent.

Polish Presidency is an excellent occassion to promote Polish cuisine. One of the most valued Polish chefs, Adam Chrząstowski, supervises the creation of delicious menu with Polish dishes with Polish products for the high level meetings in Poland and Brussels. Foreign delegations and journalists coming to Poland during the Presidency will moreover receive recipes' package for the Polish dishes, arranged in a modern way by 16 chefs, including three foreigners working in Polish best restaurants. The starting point for each of the recipe is a product that is generally connected with the Polish cuisine (e.g. herring, cucumber, grits, poppy, venison). Each recipe is preceded by a foreigner-understandable description of the product, including its cultural context. The publication is supplemented with modern illustrations. Publication can be downloaded from the Presidency website

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