Poland wants to collaborate with India in Food Processing & Emerging technology field

Kolkata, Aug 11: ‘Fintech, Smart City, Cyber security, Green Technology, Drone technology and Food Processing are priority areas were Poland want to collaborate with India,’ said H E Prof. Adam Burakowski, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to India while addressing at an interactive session organised by the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

“Poland is the most developed country in Europe in terms of e-banking and we want to offer our solutions to the Indian market,” he claimed.

He also stated that Poland has large experience in green technologies and is also willing to offer solutions in sewerage treatment.

Poland hold leadership position in drone technology, he said, and can collaborate with India for

civilian purposes.

Agriculture and Food Processing is also another priority sector where, he felt, India and Poland

can collaborate. Apples and confectionary products compose of more than 50% of agro-processed products Polish exports to India, he mentioned.

Blueberries from Poland, he believed, have the potential to be hit among the Indian consumers.

Also present at the session were Michalina Seliga, Third Secretary (Political-Economic Section), Embassy of Poland, Marta Kuśnierska, Expert (Political-Economic Section), Embassy of

Poland and Joydeep Roy, Chief Consular Officer, Honorary Consulate of Poland.

Earlier, in his welcome address, Brij Bhushan Agarwal, Chairman, ICC National Expert Committee

on Minerals and Metals mentioned that underground coal mining is a very sustainable and attractive

way of mining and Poland can be an important partner with its cutting-edge technologies for the underground mining industry. Mr. Agarwal also offered the formal vote of thanks at the close of the session.

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