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Poland: Economic Forum, focus on Ukraine Reconstruction

32nd edition in Karpacz, 5,000 participants from 60 countries

01 August, 11:04

by Adam Hanzelewicz (ANSA) - ROME, 01 AGO - Five thousand participants from more than 60 countries will attend the 32nd edition of the Karpacz Economic Forum, the so-called Davos of the East, the most critical conference in Central and Eastern Europe, scheduled for Sept. 5-7. The New Values of the 'Old' Continent - Europe on the Verge of Change is the theme chosen for this year's event, organized by the Institute for Oriental Studies Foundation in cooperation with the city of Karpacz and Lower Silesian Voivodeship.
    The Economic Forum launched 30 years ago, is a meeting for representatives of politics, business, and science. This year's edition includes more than 400 security, energy, and international politics debates. The Health Protection Forum, the Regions Forum, business and management, and sustainable development will be among the most critical issues of the summit.
    In addition, considering Russia's war on Ukraine, a particular focus in the program will be dedicated to the Ukrainian path under the name 'Reconstruction of Ukraine.' Discussion panels will cover the future of Europe, the Polish-Ukrainian partnership, financing the reconstruction of the Ukrainian economy, and Ukraine in the European Union.
    Since 2018 an essential aspect of the forum has been the Report on the State of the Economy of Poland and Central and Eastern European Countries: this is a scientific study conducted by the organizing entities and the Warsaw School of Economics.
    Awards for outstanding personalities, companies, and organizations are included in this year's forum edition. Three categories: Man of the Year, Company of the Year, and Central and Eastern European Non-Governmental Organization.
    Italy announced the presence of a large group of participants, including entrepreneur Paolo Pininfarina, former Deputy Foreign Minister Emanuela Claudia Del Re, General Vincenzo Camporini, CNEL Secretary-General Francesco Tufarelli, Paolo Acunzo (ENEA), and professor Giosuè Prezioso, an expert in crypto-culture. (ANSA).

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