Ms. Michalina Seliga, from the Embassy of Republic of Poland at Chamber India event
President of Chamber India Mr. Abhinav Balyan met with Ms. Michalina Seliga, from the Embassy of Poland at an event hosted by the chamber.
India and Poland share a long-standing friendly relationship, marked by high level political contacts, vibrant economic engagement and traditional cultural links. Diplomatic relations were established in 1954, leading to the opening of the Indian Embassy in Warsaw in 1957. India and Poland shares common ideological perceptions, based on their opposition to colonialism, imperialism and racism.
Total Polish investment in India is estimated at US$ 672 million.
A number of bilateral agreements are operational, including: Agreement on Audio-Visual Coproduction (2012); Protocol on Amending the Agreement on Avoidance of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion with respect to Taxes and Income (2013); Agreement on Exemption from Visa Requirement for Holders of Diplomatic Passports (2015); Agreement on Cooperation in Agriculture and Allied Sectors (2017); and Cooperation in the Area of Coal Mining (2019).