Warsaw: Poland's President Andrzej Duda and Croatian President Colinda Grabar-Kitarovic signed the first agreements in the infrastructure sector of the Three Seas Initiative.
"The development of infrastructure in our part of Europe will contribute to the development of the Three Seas countries and will bring the level of our region to the level of Western Europe," said Andrzej Duda.
In particular, the parties signed agreements on cooperation in the fields of maritime transport, gas market, logistics and exposition centers.
In addition to the presidents, the meeting was attended by Polish and Croatian companies working in the field of logistics, rail and sea transport.
On Thursday, July 6, in Warsaw, a meeting of 12 representatives of states participating in the Three Seas program was held. Also in the role of a special guest, US President Donald Trump flew to Poland. Before that, Polish President Duda made a statement about the planned visit to Warsaw of US President Donald Trump, calling it historic.
Members of the Three Seas Summit, namely Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Hungary, have access to the Adriatic, Baltic and Black Seas, giving them the potential to import Liquefied natural gas by sea.
On the eve of Trump's visit, the Russian media began an information attack on Poland and the United States.