Prime Minister Beata Szydło in Łódź: Foreign investment – modern, sustainable and with prospects for employment

Foreign investment in Poland must be modern, sustainable and provide good perspectives for employment and work for our workers, declared Prime Minister Beata Szydło. The Prime Minister visited the Military Aviation Works No 1 in Łódź.

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Government wants to purchase equipment for the army in Polish companies

Prime Minister Beata Szydło, who visited aviation works in Mielec and Świdnik on Monday, reiterated in Łódź on Tuesday that the government wanted to purchase equipment for the army in Polish companies. We want the equipment for the Polish army to be manufactured in Poland, by Polish workers. To give the companies operating in Poland the possibility to provide equipment for the Polish army, she said. She added that this was not only the guarantee of Poland’s security, but also a part of the government strategy. She also said that foreign investors were invited, but should remember that conditions must be favourable for both parties. The Prime Minister ensured that in the case of purchases for the army, the primary goal of the government was to protect national interests.

Service centre in Łódź as an element of a contract for new helicopters for the Polish army

Prime Minister Beata Szydło informed on Tuesday that Military Aviation Works No 1 in Łódź had good prospects for many years of undisturbed operation. She said that the government wanted the aviation works in Poland to cooperate. Talks in Świdnik and Mielec yesterday were a confirmation of this plan. The equipment will be maintained and repaired here in Łódź. We are creating a consolidated system for equipping the Polish army, she said.

On the Tuesday's visit to Łódź, the Prime Minister was accompanied by the Minister of National Defence Antoni Macierewicz and Deputy Minister of Economic Development Radosław Domagalski-Łabędzki.

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