Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki: The Investment Map is a kind of report submitted to the citizens by the government

We invite everyone to see the investments that we implemented said the Prime Minister presenting the Interactive Investment Map. It is a modern tool through which everyone can check which actions were carried out in their area from the public funds. Today, the Prime Minister visited the Medical Simulation Centre in Zabrze which is an example of a project that can be found on the interactive map.


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Photo: Krystian Maj / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

The aim of the map created by the Ministry of Digital Affairs is for Poles to be able to check the actions implemented in their area from the public funds and the amounts from the State budget allocated for local investments. The presented data show projects implemented after 16 November 2015.

I encourage all citizens not only to check, but also to show us the white spots, should there be any investment needs said Mateusz Morawiecki. The Prime Minister pointed out also the fact that we are more and more independent from external funds and, as he added, approximately PLN 450 billion engaged in these investments are our state budget funds, and 20% are Union funds.

At the same time the Prime Minister highlighted that the Interactive Investment Map is available at websites and everyone will be able to see their commune and what was implemented there.


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