Prime Minister Beata Szydło: Cooperation with the Social Dialogue Council is very important to the government

Minister Elżbieta Witek was appointed a member of the Social Dialogue Council by the President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda. It is time we primarily think of supporting Polish entrepreneurs, said Prime Minister Beata Szydło during the ceremony. She stressed that the common responsibility of the government and the Council is to care for Polish citizens.


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Minister Elżbieta Witek a member of Social Dialogue Council

Prime Minister Beata Szydło said that minister Elżbieta Witek was one of her closest associates. Her Social Dialogue Council membership will actually be the same as if I attended these meetings, mentioned the head of the government. The Prime Minister stressed the competence of minister Witek, her experience and skill in cooperation and dialogue. 

Support for Polish entrepreneurs and citizens

Our common responsibility is to care for Polish citizens and to make sure we can enjoy economic growth. To equally and fairly share what we have worked out in Poland, stressed the head of the government. Prime Minister Beata Szydło indicated that during the year a number of important statutory solutions had been adopted, which had significant impact on the lives of inter alia Polish families. She mentioned the implementation of the Family 500+ programme and an increase in the minimum salary.

It is time we primarily think of supporting Polish entrepreneurs, said the Prime Minister. She added that the Responsible Development Plan was a plan that would provide all of us with an opportunity to accomplish ambitious economic plans. It is supposed to provide opportunities for Polish entrepreneurs, that not only here in Poland, so they could pursue their goals and plans, but to enable them to compete with the best all around the world, declared Beata Szydło. She emphasized that the implementation of the so-called Morawiecki’s plan required support from the organisations belonging to the Council.

The Prime Minister also thanked Piotr Duda, the President of NSZZ “Solidarność”, for his contribution to the work of the Council. Mr Duda ends his term of office as the Council President. The Prime Minister wished luck to his successor Henryka Bochniarz, the President of the Lewiatan Confederation.


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