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    Coronacrisis is a challenge for Europe. PM: 'Poland is going to come out of it defensively'

    ‘The National Recovery Program is the introduction to the Polish New Order. Within its framework, we want to rebuild the financial system, education system, health care system and carry out large investments, such as the Central Communication Port or the Vistula Spit diversion,’ Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote on Facebook.

    In a Facebook post, the Prime Minister stressed that we have a few key weeks ahead of us in the fight against the pandemic, but there are already more challenges on the horizon that we are preparing for. 

     

    ‘In a few months, once the national COVID-19 vaccination program has protected us, we will face the great task of rebuilding the Polish economy. We want to use this time of trial wisely, and our National Recovery Program will serve this purpose,’ he noted.

     

    ‘Neither Europe nor Poland has faced such a challenge for decades. The winners in this battle will be those who can navigate the post-Covid-19 world and ensure the sustainability of public finances while pouring large sums of money into the investment. Poland intends to belong to the group of countries that will emerge strengthened from this crisis’ – stressed Mateusz Morawiecki. 

     

    Prime Minister assessed that the National Recovery Program is the introduction to the Polish New Order. ‘Within its framework, we want to rebuild the financial system, education system, health care system or carry out large investments such as the Central Communication Port or the Vistula Spit diversion’ – he explained. 

     

    ‘Support within the framework of these large investment programs will reach all communes and districts, within the framework of sustainable development of the whole Poland – a trademark of the United Right governments!’ – he stressed.

     

    ‘I would like to thank everyone who worked on the National Recovery Program – this great, joint effort is another testimony of Polish solidarity in this difficult time,’ said Mateusz Morawiecki.

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