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    PM: Climate change challenges are crucial, but cannot come at the expense of humanity

    “What seemed impossible is becoming possible and is being discussed based on common sense and not ideology,” this is what Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said about recent changes in the energy sector during a visit to Silesia.

    A local government convention on European funds for the Silesian Voivodeship is being held in Chorzów with the participation of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Minister of Development Funds and Regional Policy Grzegorz Puda and Silesian Voivodeship Marshal Jakub Chełstowski.

     

    “Today we are at a special moment,” Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said, stressing that today countries that only six months ago were forcefully emphasising the need to rapidly move away from coal-based energy are adopting contingency plans to return to coal.

     

    “What seemed impossible is becoming possible and is being discussed based on common sense rather than ideology. The ideological bias was clouding the common sense of the decision-makers from Brussels,” Morawiecki said.

     

    “I recently had the opportunity to attend the opening of two major projects that are symptomatic of how Poland can benefit from changes in the energy sector,” the head of government added.

     

    The government has endeavoured to construct the social contract in such a way, to invest in new technologies, so that this fair transformation contributes to making Silesia an even more beautiful place for its inhabitants to live. 

     

     

    “I believe that despite our political differences, we should move together towards our goal,” Morawiecki stressed.

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