Prime Minister: These investments will benefit the entire Polish economy

We are building suitable factories, creating energy solutions and developing mechanisms to make Poland prosper said the Prime Minister during his visit to the Dolnośląskie Voivodeship. He presented the programme for rebuilding the railway stations and witnessed the activation of the rotary-casting-refining furnace at the Legnica Copper Smelter.


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

This is an important programme for Lower Silesia, as it covers 18 municipalities and cities. The idea behind it is to improve the functionality of railway stations and make railway traffic more efficient. The government plans to invest PLN 2 billion in this region’s railway infrastructure by 2023. We have adopted a strategic view of the railway sector’s development said the Prime Minister. He went on to add that these investments are also friendly to the environment. They will improve the air quality and communication in the region.

The head of the government also attended the ceremony in honour of signing the letter of intent to draw up a Preliminary Feasibility Study for the Wrocław Railway Junction. Bringing back railway traffic to the station of Wrocław Świebodzki is an investment that will be carried out with EU funding in 2021–2027.

The Prime Minister also paid a visit to the Legnica Copper Smelter, where he witnessed the activation of the rotary-casting-refining furnace. This is the first furnace of its kind that will operate making use of recycled raw materials and protect the environment. Designed to melt high quality recycled raw materials. The investment is based on modernization, research and development, Polish engineering insight and care for the environment said Mateusz Morawiecki. Headded that the government intends to support and promote such initiatives.

He also emphasized that the modern industry is the foundation of Polish economic sovereignty and the plan for sustainable development assumes investments, which will serve the Polish economy.

The last point on the itinerary in the Dolnośląskie Voivodeship was the Prime Minister’s visit to the Lubin Mine.


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