Mutual Polish-Afghan relations and changes that have taken place in recent years in Afghanistan were the subject of the Friday lecture, which was given by Mr. Gul Hussain Ahmadi on December 13 at 11.30 at the Radom Academy of Economics at Traugutta 61a. The Ambassador of Afghanistan was the first guest in the series of International Lectures in this academic year.
Mr. Ambassador emphasized the role of economic and trade cooperation as well as the export and import of goods and services. Among others, the import of services from the banking sector and the export of carpet spices and the like to Poland. The lecture was accompanied by slides that presented Afghanistan different from that associated with the infamous, wartime past. Currently, it is an extraordinary country, rich in interesting and beautiful tourist regions, safe, rich in natural resources and extremely valuable spices, exported in tons to Europe.
During the meeting, Erasmus + exchange students asked numerous questions about development opportunities for young people in Afghanistan and about the greatest challenges of the Afghan Ambassador regarding diplomatic work in Poland.
Shortly after the lecture and meeting with the University authorities, the Ambassador went to visit the Arms Factory. J.E. had the opportunity to familiarize participants with FB products and modern technologies in the production of small arms and to present the product offer of the factory.
Gul Hussain Ahmadi – From September 2017 until today, he has been the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in the Republic of Poland, and since April 12, 2018, he has also been the Plenipotentiary and Extraordinary Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in the Republic of Estonia based in Warsaw.