INE welcomes new member from Poland! <

Wednesday 06 Dec 2017

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We welcome our latest member, the Polish Ministry of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation, whose formal membership application was handed over by Anna Moskwa, Undersecretary of State, on 5 December 2017 at the headquarters of the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Poland to the EU in Brussels.

Poland's membership in INE will support the implementation of its strategic goals related to the development of inland waterways, and will positively affect Poland's activity in this area at European level in the context of current and future transport policy.

INE is pleased to expand its membership to the East, which demonstrates that more and more member states are keen to develop a strong network across Europe.

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