Polish President Andrzej Duda met his Kazakh counterpart Nursultan Nazarbayev in Warsaw on Monday to discuss economic cooperation and the Eastern policy.
The presidents are expected to adopt a declaration on economic cooperation between the Polish Republic and the Republic of Kazakhstan. During the trip, they will also sign a series of economic agreements.
Ambassador of Kazakhstan Altay Abibullayev told the Polish PAP news agency that the value of the contracts signed will be approximately USD 1 billion.
He added that Poland is a natural partner for Kazakhstan, opening for it a door to the entire European Union.
“We would also like Polish companies to exist on the Kazakh, through investment activities, as well as through the development of new technology,” said President Duda during the visit on Monday.