Polish president's special envoy Kazimierz Michal Ujazdowski on Wednesday said he hoped China can support Poland in its bidding for the 2012 World Expo.
Ujazdowski, Polish minister of culture and national heritage, is visiting Shanghai, the host city of the 2010 expo.
According to Ujazdowski, Wroclaw in southwest Poland is bidding for the 2012 World Expo. Wroclaw was once competing with Shanghai in bidding for the 2010 World Expo.
It is worthwhile for Poland to learn from Shanghai's experience in preparing for the expo, said Ujazdowski, adding that he believed the Shanghai World Expo will be a sure success.
He also confirmed that Poland will participate in the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai and it will mainly show contents related with famous Polish pianist Chopin as the year 2010 coincides with the 200th birthday of the great Polish musician.
"I believe the Shanghai World Expo will provide an opportunity for more cooperation and exchanges between the Chinese and Polish people," Ujazdowski said.
Ujazdowski kicked off his China tour on Monday. During his stay in Beijing, He met with Chinese State Councilor Chen Zhili and he gave a presentation on Wroclaw to Chinese journalists at the Polish embassy in Beijing.
So far, A total of 102 countries and 14 international organizations have confirmed their participation in the 2010 Shanghai World Expo.