Mariusz Patey

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Economics, geoeconomics, History, culture of Central and Eastern Europe

LANGUAGES

Polish, English, Czech, Russian, Ukrainian, French, Spanish

BIOGRAPHY

Mariusz Patey is a graduate of the Faculty of Physics at the University of Warsaw. A journalist specializing in the issues of the Intermarium economy and energy security. Former advisor to the Lubuskie Voivode, former member of supervisory boards of commercial companies related to transport, IT solutions for transport.

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