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Short History of the Forum

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Daniel Fried, Assistant Secretar , Department of State, USA Marek Belka, Prime Minister of Poland Vaclav Havel, former President Czech Republic Aleksander Kwaśniewski, former President of Poland

ow, the Forum has turned into a three-day-long event. A rich programme of accompanying artistic events featuring concerts by popular artists and groups, and exhibitions and lm screenings has become tradition. After days lled with intense opinion exchange, Forum participants meet in the evenings at receptions, dinners and promotional evenings. It is a great way to present one’s product range, to invite cooperation or make sales, and also to talk, make friends or consolidate relations. N

n the year 2004 the Forum attracted over 1,500 participants from 40 countries who took part in almost 100 discussion panels, thematic sessions and promo- tional meetings. Among the participants of the debates there were Presidents Valdas Adamkus and Aleksander Kwaśniewski, and Prime Minister Marek Belka. A great event at the Forum was the arrival of representatives of Arabic countries (mo- stly from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Egypt, Irak, Yemen, Jordania, and Tunisia) interested in cooperation with Poland and, more broadly, with Central and Eastern Europe. I

Danuta Hübner, European Commissioner for Regional Polic , Poland

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