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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland
  • SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

  • 16 April 2014

    Wide audience comprising both scholars and students attended the lecture on the EU law

    The lecture delivered by Undersecretary of State Artur Nowak-Far at Josai University on 14th April was conducted as part of Poland’s contribution to the development of Josai Institute for Central European Studies.

    The institute was established this year with the aim of disseminating knowledge about economies, cultures and modern history of V4 countries in particular. By characterizing key features of the EU law and setting them against concepts pertaining to the way in which the law is organized in Japan, Ministers Nowak-Far’s lecture provided the audience with an insight into those elements of legal systems in the V4 countries which are shared by them due to their membership in the EU. 

    “Supremacy of EU law over national legislation is a basic concept that needs to be understood by anyone seeking an effective method to defend their legal interest in any of the member states” – pointed out Minister Nowak-Far.

    In the context of expected increase in business operations by Japanese companies abroad, expanding knowledge about functioning of the EU law seems crucial to forging new economic links between V4 countries and Japan. 

     

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