“We want India to be more open and we want to be more open to India” says Adam Burakowski, Polish ambassador to India. In an interview to ThePrint, Burakowski said Poland has requested India to restart talks with the European Union over the long-pending free trade agreement, also known as the Broad-based Trade and Investment Agreement, for the benefit of both sides. He said Poland wants greater collaboration with India in sectors such as food and food-processing, smart cities, cyber security and also between think-tanks. Poland is India’s largest trade partner and export destination in the Central European region, with bilateral trade growing almost seven-fold over the last 10 years, according to official statistics.

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