Prime Minister: Poland – home and Motherland for all Poles

The Prime Minister participated in the ceremony of concluding an agreement on assistance for repatriates at the Ławica airport in Poznań. The Head of Government has also announced implementation of actions strengthening Poles’ capabilities of returning to their Motherland.


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

The Prime Minister stressed that Poles, wherever they had been exiled in the past, always strived to keep Poland in their hearts. For this reason, after many years of backwardness, we are also doing everything we can to remember about Poles who stayed in exile, as well as their descendants the Prime Minister said. Mateusz Morawiecki recalled that the Act of 2017 changes the situation of Poles who want to return to Poland.

He assured that the government still wants to continue this process and added that these actions are not only the funds allocated for this purpose, but also open hearts of the society.

In the course of the today’s visit, the Prime Minister also participated in the opening of the exhibition entitled Known Unknowns. Poles for the World (“Znani nieznani. Polacy światu”) prepared by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Polish Academy of Sciences. The exhibition aims to familiarise visitors with the achievements of their great countrymen who never forgot that they had Polish blood in their veins.

 

 


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