The plant with over 140-year history and tradition, which used to prosper, has been led to a very bad situation over the last eight years – the prime minister pointed out. She added that the Minister of State Treasury Dawid Jackiewicz is about to finalise an agreement thanks to which the company will be able to continue its operation.
Approximately 300 persons work here. After we save it the plant will flourish – Beata Szydło said.
The prime minister emphasised the importance of the economy and the Polish industry, which needs to be supported and developed, to the government.
We want to keep every single job in Poland. Small, medium-sized and big companies are important to us. We want every company to be able to operate safely and compete on the European market – Beata Szydło said. She added that Poland’s development should benefit all Poles rather than only selected groups.
Today our declarations are taking shape – the prime minister pointed out.
The prime minister thanked for the involvement in saving the plant Minister Zbigniew Ziobro, who accompanied her during the visit in Chęciny, Minister of State Treasury Dawid Jackiewicz and the MPs from Świętokrzyskie province, who tried to save it.