WASHINGTON – United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai today met with Poland’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Development, Labor and Technology Jarosław Gowin. Piotr Wilczek, Poland’s Ambassador to the United States also attended the meeting.
During the meeting, the Ambassador conveyed the Biden-Harris Administration’s trade policy agenda and her to desire to work with partners and allies like Poland. She expressed interest in strengthening bilateral cooperation on shared priorities, such as tackling challenges posed by anti-competitive countries and economies, improving market access and the regulatory environment for U.S. companies in Poland, and underscored the importance of the Three Seas Initiative. The Ambassador also noted the importance of WTO reform and her desire to support a successful Ministerial Conference.
Ambassador Tai and Deputy Prime Minister Gowin agreed on the importance of a strong transatlantic and bilateral trade and investment relationship and the potential for collaboration on a range of issues through the Trade and Technology Council and the OECD. They committed to maintaining an open dialogue moving forward.