On the afternoon of April 27, 2012, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao flew back home from the Krakow city in southern Poland after concluding his three-day official visit to the country.
At the invitation of Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, Wen arrived in Warsaw on April 25 for his official visit to Poland. During his trip, Wen respectively met Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski, Parliament Speaker Ewa Kopacz, Senate Speaker Bogdan Borusewicz and Prime Minister Donald Tusk. They had candid and in-depth exchanges of views on China's ties with Poland and Europe, and other international issues of common concern. At the China-Central and Eastern European leaders' meeting, Wen, together with other leaders, explored ways to further promote mutually beneficial and friendly cooperation in various spheres between China and those countries amid a complex and volatile international situation. He also visited the Auschwitz concentration camp memorial on the outskirts of Krakow to mourn the victims.
Poland was the last leg of his four-nation Europe tour that also took him to Iceland and Sweden. He also attended the opening ceremony of Hannover Messe in Germany as well as partner country China activities.