Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki: Rural Housewives’ Clubs cultivate the Polish tradition

In the whole Poland there does not exist any more common sign of care for our past, present and future than Rural Housewives’ Clubs said the Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki during the meeting in Sejny. 

Premier Mateusz Morawiecki uśmiecha się wśród uczestników spotkania. 1 of 4
Fot. Adam Guz / KPRM

I would like to thank you, ladies, for caring for our folklore, cuisine, traditions and local customs, as the entire Poland is composed of exactly these elements emphasised the head of government.

The Prime Minister reminded that Sejm adopted the Act on Rural Housewives’ Clubs upon the current government’s request.

This Act will make it easier to establish, register and run Clubs; in addition, Clubs will also be entitled to receive grants. We will allot at least PLN 3,000 to every Rural Housewives’ Club, and in the case of larger Clubs this amount may be even larger stated Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

He stressed that funds for Rural Housewives’ Clubs will be earmarked for the cultivation of Polish traditions and caring for Polish rural areas, customs and values.

See also