I am UK resident for tax purposes and have a SIPP. If I become resident in Poland for tax purposes then will Poland tax my SIPP? If so then in what way?

My SIPP holds a single fund which does not pay dividends. So the only activity is the change in value of the fund holding and monthly contributions to the SIPP by my UK limited company with which I buy more of the same fund.

I'm most concerned that Poland might tax the contributions from my limited company to the SIPP as if they were income to me.

I am hoping that the Polish tax authority would recognise a UK SIPP as a pension and therefore not tax it until I withdrew money from it. (Which won't be for decades.)

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