Agriculture, tourism, oil industry, chemical industry, industrial parks are priority areas for Poland’s investments, Azerbaijani Minister of Energy Natig Aliyev said.
The minister made remarks at the seventh meeting of the Azerbaijan-Poland intergovernmental commission on trade-economic cooperation in Warsaw on December 18-21, the Azerbaijani embassy in Poland reported.
Aliyev, who is also a co-chairman of the commission from the Azerbaijani side, informed the Polish side about the economic potential of the country, ongoing big international and regional projects, in particular, the North-South project, East-West Transport Corridor and the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway.
According to the embassy, Azerbaijan and Poland signed the protocol following the meeting.
During the visit, Aliyev met with Mateusz Morawiecki, co-chairman of the commission from the Polish side, Polish deputy prime minister, minister of development Krzysztof Tchorzewski, the country’s energy minister, and other officials, the embassy said.
The current state and prospects of cooperation between the two countries were discussed at the meetings. The meetings with businessmen were held in Warsaw as part of the visit.
The Azerbaijani minister urged the Polish entrepreneurs to invest in the country’s economy.
According to the Azerbaijani State Customs Committee, the trade turnover between Azerbaijan and Poland amounted to $55.76 million in January-September, $51.31 million of which accounted for the import of the Polish products. (Trend/Business World Magazine)