Poland to open consulate in Seychelles

Posted in International relations, Seychelles government at 5:27 pm by Robert Klien


Poland plans to open an honorary consulate in Seychelles. This plan was announced on July 31 by the newly accredited Polish ambassador to the country President Danny Faure.

After having presented his credentials to President Faure, the ambassador told journalists that the consulate in Seychelles will be of great benefit to tourists from Poland visiting Seychelles and will also help with trade and commerce between Seychelles and Poland.

Ambassador Bazański said that Poland sells some products to Seychelles also Poland buys some products, like fish, from Seychelles, , but it’s not enough. So finding other possibilities would be of help.

He also extended an invitation to President Faure from his Polish counterpart President Andrzej Duda to attend a climate change conference to be held in Poland in December 2018.

Ambassador Bazański said that President Faure has assured him that he will send a Seychelles delegation to the conference.

Other topics discussed between the ambassador and President Faure included preparations for the 100th anniversary this year of Poland regaining its independence, cooperation in trade, commerce and investment between Poland and Seychelles.


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