CIR participates in the opening of the Polish Institute in Delhi
Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of independent India, used to say that culture widens both mind and spirit. We also believe in that and that’s the reason for launching a Polish Institute in the heart of the Indian capital – said Anna Tryc-Bromley while inaugurating a new headquarters of the Institute. The ceremony was attended by Rahul Chhabra (Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Director of the Indian Council for International Relations (ICWA); Polish Ambassador to India Tomasz Łukaszuk; Małgorzata Bonikowska, CIR’s President and J.J. Singh, President of Polish-Indian Economic Chamber.
Polish and Indian artists, who were involved in the process of adaptation of Institute’s premises, also took part in the event in Delhi.