News: Mayor Volodymyr Groysman described the reception at Bronislaw Komorowski and prospects of opening flights between Warsaw and Vinnytsia
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Mayor Volodymyr Groysman described the reception at Bronislaw Komorowski and prospects of opening flights between Warsaw and Vinnytsia

2010_09_27_v4b.jpgLast week at the invitation of the President of Poland Bronislaw Komorowski Vinnytsia delegation headed by the Chairman of Vinnytsia Regional State Administration Ivan Movchan visited Poland, including celebrations on the occasion of the Local Government Day. During the official visit, the delegation also took part in the opening of First Regional Economic Forum, held in Wyszków, Masovian voivodship.

On May 31, Mayor Volodymyr Groysman shared his impressions of the trip; he told about the issues raised by the Governor of Vinnytsia Region during a meeting with Polish colleagues, and plans to open flight “Warsaw – Vinnytsia.” In particular, he said that for Poland, which he often cites as an example as one of the most successful and effective models of local government, the issue of sustainable development, strong self-government and self-sufficiency of local communities has been and remains a top priority.

Volodymyr Groysman also spoke about the prospects of direct flights between the Polish capital and Vinnytsia: “The negotiations that took place were aimed at deepening cooperation in various fields with Masovian voivodship and flight opening. Governor Ivan Movchan raised this issue with the Marshal of voivodship and airport management. During the meeting, Chairman of Regional Council Sergiy Tatusiak, I, and our other colleagues confirmed our interest in this project to be implemented.” As to the specific terms of its implementation, the Mayor said that this is too early to say because it depends on many factors including the economics, and it is necessary to carry out relevant calculations.