Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on investments for Radom

Increasing the capacity and building an airport capable of handling 10 million passengers, which will be consistent with the concept for the development of Poland’s entire aviation and transport infrastructure, is a great opportunity for Radom stressed the Prime Minister during the ceremony of signing the agreement entrusting the management of the airport in Radom to the Polish Airports State Enterprise.

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

What has been achieved- signing the first agreement and a huge investment of over PLN 1 billion, is very important from the point of view of actual jobs said the head of the government.

I believe that with government support such projects will create an actual, new situation for Radom, which now has a great opportunity to translate its development into the well-being of its inhabitants said the Head of Government. 

He also mentioned another investment important for the city, which will improve Radom’s entire infrastructure route and open up the city’s traffic. That investment is the construction of Aleja Wojska Polskiego, which is part of the Warszawa-Rzeszów route. As the prime minister stressed, these are real investments carried out by our members of parliament.


The statement on entrusting the Polish Airports State Enterprise with the management of the airport - Radom Sadków was signed by the Government Plenipotentiary for the Central Communication Port, Mikołaj Wilda, and Wojciech Skurkiewicz, the Deputy Minister of National Defence and candidate for the office of Radom’s President.

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