As the world is slowly recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is entering an era of uncertainty. Faced with new threats and challenges, we need a fresh perspective on geopolitical realities. It is the strength of national economies that will ultimately ensure citizens’ security.
There are two poles of fast economic growth in the European Union – Ireland in the West and the twelve countries of the Three Seas Initiative whose economies have grown by 2.8% per annum since they joined the EU. International investors are yet to use the full potential of that rapid pace of development in the region.
Prof. Adam GLAPIŃSKI
The current rapid economic development is possible thanks to the great industriousness of Poles, who – with their diligence, resourcefulness and ability to adapt to changing conditions – contribute every day to building the economic success of enterprises and, as a result, of the whole economy. Poles work hard – they are one of the hardest working nations in the world – but it brings tangible results. Since 2004, when Poland joined the European Union, the country’s GDP has risen by 90 per cent. Under the current government coalition our domestic product has grown by more than one fifth. This is really impressive growth, which has been achieved in difficult competitive conditions.
Prof. Aleksander SURDEJ
Nations with a long history treat economy as a tool for strengthening the community, and see community values as a source of lasting prosperity.