Prime Minister Beata Szydło attended the sixth meeting of the Central European countries and China within 16+1 group, which took place in Budapest. According to the spokesperson of the government Rafał Bochenek, one of the objectives of the Polish delegation was the broader opening of the Chinese market to Polish brands. On 27th November, Szydło met with Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang to discuss current projects including the Central Communication Port (CPK). According to Szydło, “we come to the point and the realization of various economic agreements becomes a reality”. To prove her point, the Prime Minister mentioned a strategic cooperation agreement between the Polish Agency for Investment and Trade (PAIH) and the government of the Chinese province of Hunan, which was signed in Budapest. Summing up the summit it should be also added that Poland decided not to join the China-Central Eastern Europe Fund (SinoCEEF), with capital of about USD 500 million, to support Chinese investments in the region.