Prime Minister Beata Szydło on the government plan for Poland’s responsible development

The government’s priority is the economy as an element of the broadly understood security – Beata Szydło said at Rzeszów University of Technology. During the Thursday visit to Stalowa Wola, the prime minister took part in the debate “Regional Presentation of the Government Plan for Poland’s Responsible Development”.

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Photo: P. Tracz / Chancellery of the Prime Minister


I have steel will to conduct in Poland the changes which Law and Justice included in its programme and discussed with Poles during the meeting which were held for years – Prime Minister Beata Szydło told the authorities and residents of Stalowa Wola. She added that her government keeps its word and implements the successive elements of that programme. Since the very beginning the government has been focused on building a good climate for economic development in Poland – Prime Minister Szydło said about Economy+ programme. It’s most important element is the plan of responsible development of the economy based on the potential of the Polish universities and domestic technical thought.

Fast economic development above divisions

During the Thursday debate at Rzeszów University of Technology, Vice-minister of Development Jerzy Kwieciński presented the first part of the “Regional Presentation of the Government Plan for Poland’s Responsible Development”. Saving Autosan in Sanok, signing the agreement in Stalowa Wola on manufacturing “RAK” mortars, establishment of the Polish Mining Group and the Shipyard Act - are examples of the projects which offer an opportunity for development of the Polish economy and individual regions. We are entering the path of fast development – Prime Minister Szydło emphasised. Our government’s priority is the economic development which is an element of the broadly understood security of citizens – she added.

Prime Minister Szydło emphasised that her government is not afraid to loudly express our interests and defend them on the international arena. We have decided to move from the offensive line to defensive – the head of the government said. At the same time, she pointed out the Poles have trusted PiS, so she takes the full responsibility for Poland’s future.

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