PISM Report: India and Poland- Vistas for Future Partnership
03 AUG 2012 Report
Polish Institute of International Affairs is pleased to present the Report India and Poland: Vistas for Future Partnership prepared in cooperation with Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA). The publication was edited by Patryk Kugiel, an analyst at the International Economic Relations and Global Issues Programme at the Polish Institute of International Affairs.
Polish Institute of International Affairs is pleased to present the Report India and Poland: Vistas for Future Partnership prepared in cooperation with Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA). The publication was edited by Patryk Kugiel, an analyst at the International Economic Relations and Global Issues Programme at the Polish Institute of International Affairs.

Poland, which has been increasingly active on the global stage in recent years, sees India as a prospective key economic and political partner. Recognising a significant potential of relations between the two countries, the Polish Institute of International Affairs together with the Indian Council of World Affairs organised the 3rd  Poland-India Roundtable with the participation of experts and diplomats from both states who discussed chances for launching a strategic partnership between Poland and India. This report reflects the outcome of these debates, offering a realistic assessment of the challenges and potential in Polish-Indian relations along with practical recommendations for bringing the two nations closer.