Discussions have been held on enhancing cooperation in tourism and trade between the governments of Maldives and Poland.
This was done during a farewell call non-resident Ambassador of Poland Adam Burakowski paid on President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih on Tuesday.
During the meeting held at the President’s Office, the Maldivian leader conveyed greetings and good wishes to Ambassador Burakowski.
He went on to express sincere gratitude for the remarkable services rendered under his leadership as the ambassador.
The meeting saw President Solih and Ambassador Burakowski expressing keen interest to work closely to discuss matters of mutual interest, especially to enhance and strengthen the existing cooperation at the bilateral and multilateral levels.
Discussions also revolved around enhancing cooperation in tourism, trade, civil aviation, human resource development, and climate change.
The ambassador went on to express his confidence that the relationship between the governments of Maldives and Poland, will be further enhanced.
Wishing the ambassador success in all of his future endeavors, President Solih applauded his dedication to further solidify the bilateral relations between the two countries.
Diplomatic relations were established between the governments of Maldives and Poland, on 1 October 1984.