Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki: Farmers’ Wives Associations are a Polish tradition

Farmers’ Wives Associations are a beautiful, Polish tradition and I want to thank for keeping it said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki at the meeting in the Gmina Community Centre in Zabrodzie, Mazowieckie Voivodeship.

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Photo: Adam Guz / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

We want to raise the standard of living of the Poles to the European level, but also to preserve as much Polish tradition and culture as possible said the Head of Government. As he noted, the Polish country became more and more modernised, but there were Farmers’ Wives Associations existing and operating there, some for more than 100 years and their members were thrifty and wonderful women, who teach how to combine the past and the present.

Thanking for the meeting, the Prime Minister expressed his hope that Polish culture, Polish countryside and Polish cities will enchant everyone in the world.


At the request of the Government, the Sejm adopted the Act on Farmers’ Wives Associations, which makes it easier to establish, register and manage these associations and they will also have an opportunity to make use of grants. The new rules enable the quick registration of FWA and support for their activity for the development of enterprise in rural areas and nurturing folklore and Polish tradition.

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