Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki: Vision and development are words that will set the direction for Poland

The signing of deals for the modernisation of railway access to ports in Gdańsk and Gdynia worth about PLN 3 billion and participation in the opening session of the 2nd edition of the Vision for Development Forum are the main points of the head of the government’s visit to the Pomorskie Voivodeship.


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

The new railway infrastructure in Tricity ports will make them the number one hub in the Baltic Sea said the Prime Minister. The implementation of these priorities means more efficient handling of more goods by the ports, shorter loading and unloading times, improved competitiveness of freight transport as well as increased importance of the region and growth of the economy.

These major investments open up a whole new perspective fit for the 21st century said the head of government. The Prime Minister added, This is a historic day of connecting the modern railway infrastructure to the port infrastructure, which will create completely new mechanisms and growth perspectives for the national economy as a whole.

Also, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki took part in the opening session of the 2nd edition of the Vision for Development Forum. This is the largest economic event in northern Poland, during which topics such as industry, research and development and e-mobility are discussed. Vision and development are words that will set the direction for Poland said the Prime Minister during his opening speech.

The competitiveness of the Polish economy will be decisive in the context of the great programmes we have started and I hope we will be able to continue. Our nation’s place is among the most developed countries in the world the Prime Minister said. He added that, Compared to other European countries, the productivity of Polish workers, Polish business and industry has increased the fastest in Europe over the last 3 years.

During his visit to the Pomorskie Voivodeship, the head of the government also took part in the celebrations of the 35th anniversary of Fighting Solidarity Tricity Branch. I am sure that we owe it to all those who have passed away that we live in much happier times today and have the opportunity to realise the vision of a Poland that we have always dreamed of
said the Prime Minister when he presented the Medals of the 100th Anniversary of the Regaining of Independence.


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