WTC Warsaw's ties with Kuwait and Nigeria

Apr 01, 2014


WARSAW, POLAND - The ambassador of Kuwait in Poland hosted a lavish reception in honor of Kuwait national day. The event took place at the 5 star Warsaw Sheraton hotel, The WTC Warsaw Chairman Jacques Tourel was among the dignataries guests and was invited to visit Kuwait to promote new projects for the Kuwait Fund.

Kuwait is marking the 50th anniversary since the start of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Kuwait ambassador to Poland Adel Mohammad Hayat praised, in a speech marking the occasion, Poland and its vital and critical role in support of Kuwait as part of the international coalition during the 1990 Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.

The ambassador also hailed bilateral relations between the two countries, hoping as well to boost such ties, particularly in trade and trade exchange fields, also in the cultural and arts arenas.

In the picture from left, WTC Warsaw chairman Jacques Tourel, Ambassador of Kuwait HE Adel Hayat, The chief of cabinet of the President of Poland Mr.Olgierd Dziekonski and the ambassador of Egypt H.E. Mr. Reda Abdelrahman Bebars .

The WTC Warsaw arranged the visit of the ambassador of Nigeria to Poland, His Excellency Samuel Jimba. WTC Warsaw was appointed by the Polish company to assist in penetration to international markets. H.E. Samuel Jimba was visiting the awards winning Polish company "Isodom" that has developed new revolutionary ecological building constructing material which has zero energy and has won many international awards for its patents and excellent methodes and results.

The ambassador is planning a delegation from Nigeria to make a JV to build this factory in Nigeria to supply new generation Eco housing material for all west Africa region. Another potential JV is now under talks for Thailand.

In the Picture the ambassador of Nigeria Samuel Jimba with WTC Warsaw chairman Jacques Tourel, the Polish factory director Jacob Wochek and the marketing manager Paulina Smilak:

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