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MAGNUSSON: LEGAL PARTNER OF SILK ROAD INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL FORUM 2017

2017-11-22

This year’s Silk Road International Cultural Forum, an event promoting cooperation among the countries of the New Silk Road, took place on 29-30 November in Warsaw. Magnusson was the Legal Partner of the Forum.

It was already the third edition of the Forum, but the first one held in Poland. In previous years, the event was hosted in Astana (2014) and Moscow (2015).

The China Silk Road Foundation was the main organization behind the event, with the Sinopol Foundation for Chinese-Polish Economic and Cultural Exchange acting as a co-organizer.

Magnusson has been cooperating with the Sinopol Foundation for over a decade, contributing to development of economic and cultural relations between China and Poland.

The Forum aimed at promoting cross-cultural cooperation and dialogue, as part of the Belt and Road Initiative.

The event attracted delegates from countries of the Silk Road, including representatives of governments and local authorities, research facilities, artistic and theatrical groups, world-class performers, as well as art museum and gallery curators.

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