Prime Minister: We are focused on the sustainable development of Poland

 “The government wishes to develop Poland in many areas, including in industry, healthcare or agriculture,” said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki during a meeting with the inhabitants of Radom.

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Photo: Chancellery of the Prime Minister

The PO-PSL government limited Poland in many dimensions. One of them was safety. The PO-PSL government closed 417 out of 817 police stations that were there 10 years ago. We are recreating these facilities,” emphasised Mateusz Morawiecki. As promised, the current government will rebuild at least 200–250 police stations in the coming years. The Prime Minister also stressed that the government wants to “restore” the health service.

Mateusz Morawiecki reminded about the programmes run by the government, such as “Family 500+” or “Housing+”. “We took the money from the tax system sealing and chased away the so-called VAT mafias,” said the Prime Minister.

As emphasised by Mateusz Morawiecki, the government will provide five times more funds for repairs of municipal and poviat roads, including in the Mazowieckie Voivodeship. The Prime Minister also announced the completion of the section of the S7 route from Grójec to Warsaw. “We have shifted budgetary and EU funds to expand transport and infrastructure that is important for Radom,” he stressed.

As the next investments to be implemented in Radom, the Prime Minister mentioned the modernisation of the water and sewage system, for which about PLN 200 million was secured, as well as the construction of a five-kilometer section of the road leading traffic from Radom. “It is an investment from the central budget in the amount of PLN 120 million, for which Radom has been waiting for 8 years,” the head of the government noted. The prime minister also mentioned the order for 53 thousand Grot carbines for Łucznik in Radom and separating Pionki as an independent industrial and defense facility.

Before meeting with the inhabitants of the city, Mateusz Morawiecki laid flowers at the monument to Lech and Maria Kaczyński in Radom. The monument to Lech and Maria Kaczyński was unveiled in 2013. It is the first monument in Poland presenting the presidential couple.

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