Warsaw: A delegation led by Polish Deputy Prime Minister Piotr Glinski will attend an event in Mumbai on February 13 to boost Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s Make in India initiative.
Glinski will meet Modi during his visit and will invite to pay a state visit to Poland.
No Indian prime minister has visited Poland since Morarji Desai in 1979. Before that both Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi visited Poland.
Glinski`s love for India goes back to his teaching days. He has also a passion for mountain climbing and has scaled many Himalayan hills, including the Nanda Devi.
Observing that India and Poland have a common objective of greater economic growth,it is natural that Poland should be taken seriously in the near future, said J.J. Singh, president of the Indo-Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industries.