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The Polish Presidency in the Council of the European Union 1.07-31.12.2011 Dynamics, positive energy and solidarity to values, which are symbolized by the logo. Poland is shown as the modern country, young at heart and initiating positive changes in Europe.

Jerzy Janiszewski is the author of the logo. He was also the author of the world-renowned Solidarity logo, which has become the historical symbol of Polish road to freedom and democracy in this area of the world.

Presidency in numbers

Priorities European integration as the source of growth The Internal market

EU’s budget 2014-2020

Trade negotiations

E-Commerce

The beginning of negotiations Pat t European patent Budż EU’s budget related to the Europe 2020 strategy

End of negotiations with Ukraine. India, Canada, Singapore and Malaysia Obni Roaming fees Rola Importance of cohesionOtwa Opening of negotiations reduction policy and Common with Moldavia and Agriculture Policy Georgia Dost SME’s Access to capital InweI Kapit Intellectual capital

Investments in infrastructure Postę Rundy Doh’s progress in and human capital negotiations

Europe using the openness Enlargement of the EU

The Neighbourhood Policy

PodpiSigning the Accession Treaty with Croatia

Developing East Partnership (EaP’s summit in Warsaw)

Continuing the accession negotiations with Turkey

Supporting democratization in North African countries

PostęProgress in negotiations with Iceland

New strategy for EU’s relation with Arab world

184 days

1200 trained experts

Over 30 000 delegates – participants of meetings in Poland

80 liaison officers among almost 3000 candidates

430 million of PLN – overall budget of Presidency for 2010-2012

Over 10 million savings of PLN thanks to the business partners’ support

50 ministerial meetings in 5 cities in Poland

Over 300 expert meetings and 200 events under the auspices of

About 1500 meetings in Brussels and Luxembourg

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Cities of the Presidency The most important meetings of the presidency take place in five Polish cities. These are the following: Sopot – July Wroclaw - September Cracow - October Posen – November Warsaw – December In many other places in the whole country expert meetings and events under the auspices of presidency are organized.

Support for the West Banks’ European aspirations

Selected events in Poland

A Secure Europe Energy Security

C omm on F oreign and Se curity Policy

F ood Sec urity

Analys is of t he st at e of external energy polic y of t he EU

Strengthening of the EU ’s ability t o plan and c onduct the operat ions of t he cr is is m anagem ent

D isc uss ion on t he C omm on Agricult ure Po licy

D ev elopm ent of rec om mendation for st rengt hening t he EU’s Strengthening t he EU ’s c ommon energy policy operat ional abilit ies

Eff ective us e of EU f unds M aint enanc e of D ev eloping c ollaborat ion m arket orient ation N AT O-EU

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 Presidency(Warsaw) Common session of the Council of Ministers and the European Commission (Warsaw) Informal meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs EU-27 (Sopot) European Congress of Women (Warsaw) Eastern Partnership Summit (Warsaw) European Congress of Culture (Wroclaw) Internal Market Forum (Cracow) European Tourism Forum (Cracow) 5th European Equality Summit (Posen) Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (Posen) High-level conference for the EU Neighbourhood countries of the South (Warsaw)

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Souvenirs Promoting Polish Design Delegates coming for the meetings traditionally receive a small souvenir… The Polish Presidency relies on young Polish designers, minimalism, traditional materials and modernity relating with tradition and nature.

Winning projects were the following: • Biterns (Monika Wilczyńska) • Briefcases (Ania Kuczyńska) • Milk and honey (Beza projekt) • Cufflinks with striped flint (Dorota Kempko)

About Poland Cultural Program Abroad Art for Social Change: 1000 artistic projects, 170 partnership organizations, 60 cyclical events, 184 days of culture • special Project in the following cities: Krasnogruda, Warsaw, Sopot, Bialystok, Katowice, Wroclaw, Lublin, Cracow, Posen • European Congress of Culture on 8-11 September, Wroclaw • rank-and-file cultural initiatives and Eastern Partnership • debates, workshops, designing, music, theatre www.prezydencja.nina.gov.pl www.uwaganakulture.pl

National Cultural Program Modern, original and well-functioning guidebook about Poland. It helps foreigners to understand Poland and Polish people in a very attractive and lightweight way. It also enables to discover the most interesting places recommended by the body of public people and culture animators. The most important areas of economic, social and cultural life of Poland are presented in coherent, clear and up-to-date way on the 208 pages of this guidebook (8 chapters). It pays attention to the places, people and phenomena which confirm the image of Poland as the creative, modern and dynamic country with rich traditions. Publication available on the Presidency’s portal

The Internet and Social Media www.pl2011.eu

twitter.com/pl2011_eu facebook.com/polskaprezydencja2011 youtube.com/polskaprezydencja

I, Culture: 400 projects, 10 capitals, 10 time zones, 100 days • Projects in: Brussels, Berlin, Kiev, London, Madrid, Minsk, Moscow, Paris, Pekin, Tokyo. • Mainstays of program: Karol Szymanowski, Czesław Miłosz, Stanisław Lem, Beats of Freedom, I, Culture Puzzle. Workshop on modern craft and I, Culture Orchestra. • Polish projects prepared by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in collaboration with Polish and foreign partners will be presented z polskimi i zagranicznymi partnerami prein the best Polish galleries, scenes, clubs and festivals: Bozar, La Monnaie w Brukseli, National Theater, Whitechapel Galery, London Jazz Festival in London, Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin, Teatro Real In Madrid. www.culture.pl • Numerous cultural projects of Polish institutes In 22 European and American cities In public and cultural diplomacy pursued by more than 100 Polish diplomatic agencies on all continents

Polish Cuisine The Polish Presidency is the excellent occasion to promote Polish cuisine. Adam Chrząstowski, who is one of the most appreciated Polish chefs, supervises the composition of delicious menu with Polish dishes based on native products for the high-level meetings in Poland and Brussels. Foreign delegations and journalists visiting Poland during the Presidency obtain the packet of recipes for polish dishes modernly arranged by 15 chefs including 3 foreigners working in the best Polish restaurants as a rule. The starting point for all recipes is the product commonly associating with Polish cuisine (e.g. herring, cucumber, groats, poppy, venison). Each recipe is preceded by the product description (including cultural context) understandable for foreign consumer. Publication is made even more attractive by modern illustrations. Publication available on the Presidency’s portal

Writing about the Polish Presidency may be long and time-consuming. Caring for the environment this brochure is deliberately limited to key words, concepts and statistics. Visit official on-line portal for more information: www.pl2011.eu. Polish presidency is green Presidency.

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męczyłam się nad tym fest. Efekt idealny nie jest, no ale nic to:)