Strong economic and social ties confirmed between Spain and Poland

The two leaders met in Madrid Credit: La Moncloa flickr

SPAIN’S Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, met with the Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki, in the XIII Hispano-Polish Summit, held in Madrid on May 31.

In a broad joint statement, they confirmed the intense economic and social ties between the two countries which have many similarities.

Sánchez stressed that the Summit has made it possible to “seek synergies in the respective national recovery plans to resume the path of growth and economic and social recovery, facing the important challenge of the green and digital transitions.”

Both leaders confirmed the solid economic and commercial relations between both countries, in which Spanish intra-industrial exports stand out, and the investments of companies from Spain in Poland in  and industrial construction issues, as well as the more than 500 Spanish companies operating in that country.

Spain and Poland, fourth and fifth European economies respectively, share similarities such as territorial dimensions, population figures, geographical position on the external border of the EU, and rapid development after their accessions to the EU.

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