Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki meets with families of repartiates in Pułtusk

Your loved ones have always had Poland in their hearts. This late justice of history must be repaired said the Prime Minister during the ceremony of handing over decisions confirming Polish citizenship to repartiates staying at the Adaptation Centre in Dom Polonii in Pułtusk.

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

Thank you for being here, thank you that we are able to live here and build Poland together. Your loved ones have always had Poland in their hearts said the Head of Government. As he added, Polishness is such a unique power of spirit, thanks to which we have survived while being dispersed all over the world, we develop and grow in strength.

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki emphasised that we have started to bring to Poland our compatriots from the East, this is our Polish community, we feel responsible for it.


Dom Polonii in Pułtusk has been the Adaptation Centre for Repatriates since September 2018. It provides 140 places and care for the families of repatriates from the moment of arrival to settle in a chosen place in Poland.

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