Poland should be the state serving all its people. This is the model which this government is striving to achieve,” the Prime Minister stressed.
He mentioned the great “Solidarity” movement, whose philosophy will guide the transformation of the socio-economic system in the coming decades. The ideas of the “Solidarity” movement serve as guidelines on how we should take care of the society and the people, particularly in the times of digital economy, where automatics, automation and computerisation are progressively replacing manual work, highlighted the Prime Minister.
Moving the Navy’s headquarters and development of the shipbuilding industry
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced that the Navy’s headquarters will be moved from Warsaw to Gdynia. This will become possible early on next year.
The Prime Minister also stated that the government has been developing the shipbuilding industry in each and every sector. “We have introduced new, better tax rules and VAT exemptions,” PM Mateusz Morawiecki stressed. “In order to help the entire coast, we leveled the playing field for all the shipyards: small, larger and the largest ones,” he said. According to the Prime Minister, the government has invested PLN 180 million in the port in Ustka, and has supported the rebuilding of ports in Władysławowo and Rowy.
Projects in Pomorze
We have managed to mobilised PLN 6.5 billion for projects in Pomorze. Never before has this region had such money. This amount accounts for 10% of Poland’s expenditure,” stated the Prime Minister. As examples, the Prime Minister listed such investments as investments in healthcare, water and sewage management, and electrification; road, railway and environment projects; as well as public service projects.
Difficulties at sewage pumping station in Gdańsk
The Prime Minister referred to the current difficulties at sewage pumping station in Gdańsk. In his opinion, these problems arise from lack of supervision. “This is a serious mistake and an act of walking away from a huge environmental and social problem for the whole population of Tricity,” the Prime Minister underlined. “Even privatised facilities must be secured and regulated,” he added.