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The 31st International Economic Forum in Karpacz will take place from 6-8 September 2022

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Poland – “Europe in the Face of New Challenges”: This is the title of the 31st occasion of the largest annual political and economic event in Central Europe.

Involving more than 4,000 participants from Europe, North America, and Asia, the Forum will bring together prominent figures of the political, economic, diplomatic, scientific, and cultural spheres from Central Europe and beyond. Many members of the Central and Eastern European Countries’ governments will also be present, as in previous forums. Politicians, entrepreneurs, journalists, and researchers will have the opportunity to meet, debate, and build networks while discussing the future of Central Europe.

With more than 300 debates being held over three days, this event is a must for all regional actors, but also for any foreigners who are interested in cooperation with Central Europe or making investments in the region. As in previous years, the Forum will be held in Karpacz, Lower Silesia, which is hosting the event for the third time, in the grandiose Hotel Gołębiewski.

The International Economic Forum began on Poland’s initiative in 1991. On the agenda this year will of course be the war in Ukraine, but the various debates and discussions will also be centered on several other topics, including security, energy, health policy, international relations, innovation, and sustainable development.

The Visegrád Post is pleased and honoured to be a media partner of the event, and we will have a team there from start to finish to cover the Forum and meet those of our readers who will be attending.

To take part, you need to register by following this link.

The event starts on 6 September 2022 at 12:00 and ends on 8 September at 18:00.

For more information on the programme and its participants, please visit the event’s website by following this link.

The Forum is organised by the Institute of the Foundation for Eastern Studies, with the support of the Polish government.