Prime Minister Beata Szydło: Economic growth should reflect upon the life of every Polish family

I am honoured to be able to once again participate in this exceptional event. When I received the award last year, I declared that I wish for this compass to lead the Polish government in a good direction, which we have promised to do during the election campaign and which the Poles themselves set for us – stated Prime Minister Beata Szydło during the Polish Compass 2017 gala organised by Gazeta Bankowa.

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Photo: P. Tracz / Chancellery of the Prime Minister

Keeping the economy on course

Today I can announce with satisfaction that the boat of the red and white team is sailing according to the set course. This is an excellent course, as evidenced by our recent economic results. We are very pleased with them. They allow us to carry out increasingly more social and economic projects – the head of the government emphasised.

The Prime Minister stated that last year the government focused on the Family 500+ programme – a socially- and family-oriented programme, which turned out to be the driving force behind the Polish economy. This year the priority is the economy itself. Beata Szydło thanked Minister Mateusz Morawiecki who manages the Ministries of Finances and Development and the members of his teams for achieving such good results. When a wise plan is executed by a clever, determined man who knows what he intends to do and is capable of creating a well-functioning team, there is little that can’t be done – stated Prime Minister Beata Szydło. She added that the government intends for the economic growth to reflect upon the life of every Polish family, so that every Pole could benefit from it.

Consistent implementation of the plan

I can assure you that as long as we remain on board of this sailship sailing under the red and white flag, our team will continue to fulfil our promises and to carry out the goals which our leader Jarosław Kaczyński set before us at the onset of the election campaign – stated Prime Minister Beata Szydło. She stressed that today it can be said that dreams indeed come true. I hope that as many dreams of Polish families as possible will come to pass. This is what we are here for – to fulfil these dreams, and we intend to consistently do so in the future – declared the head of the government. 

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