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    Katowice: Prime Minister Morawiecki on the European Economic Congress

    Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki visited in Katowice the European Economic Congress (EEC) on Thursday. Soon after 9 am Polish Prime Minister started his meeting with entrepreneurs who take part in this event.

    The meeting, with the presence of the Polish Prime Minister, is closed for media. It was not included in the schedule of the EEC. Organizers claim that Mateusz Morawiecki wanted to visit the EEC, as he has been doing that in previous years. 


    Among participants of the meeting with the Prime Minister, there are, e.g. the Minister of Development Funds and Regional Policy Małgorzata Jarosińska-Jedynak, the Marshal of the Silesia Voivodeship Jakub Chełstowski and the Voivode of Silesia Jarosław Wieczorek. 


    Mateusz Morawiecki will talk about workplaces, boosting of economy and will encourage entrepreneurs to invest their money. 


    Polish Prime Minister, in respect of the 40th anniversary of Jastrzębie-Zdrój Agreement and 40th anniversary of Independent Self-governing Trade Union ‘Solidarity’ (NSZZ ‘Solidarność’), is on Thursday, the 3rd of September, in Silesian Voivodeship. He will take part, e.g. in a solemn High Mass in Cathedral in Katowice and will visit the Monumental Coal Mine Guido in Zabrze. 


    12th European Economic Congress was initially supposed to be in May, but because of the COVID-19 epidemic, it is in a hybrid form this year. The EEC is in the International Congress Centre in Katowice, but some lectures take part in online debates. 


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