Centennial celebrations of the return of City of Bydgoszcz to Poland attended by Prime Minister

Mateusz Morawiecki joined the residents of Bydgoszcz to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the incorporation and return of the city to the Republic of Poland. The Prime Minister also laid a wreath before the monument of Leon Barciszewski  – the last pre-war president of Bydgoszcz, murdered by the Nazis on 11 November 1939.


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Photo: Adam Guz / Chancellery of the Prime Minister of Poland

Poland is a unitary state and so it shall remain, said the Head of Government. He emphasised that Poland would not allow history to be falsified and would always defend the truth.

When speaking of the city’s history, the Prime Minister highlighted the accomplishment of Leon Barciszewski, who, as he said, was a symbol of the restoration of Bydgoszcz after the crisis and created numerous initiatives that have served the residents to this day.

The Prime Minister expressed his thanks for the invitation and added that the anniversary marked a symbolic completion of our return to independence. It was all complete in 1920, when Bydgoszcz once again became part of the Republic of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki concluded. 


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