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    PM Morawiecki on defending the borders and values of the Polish state against illegal immigration

    Speeches at the 77th sitting of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland took place today. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki underlined the Polish position on illegal immigration and the migration pact pushed by the European Union in his speech in the Sejm.

    In his speech, the Prime Minister stressed that the government does not agree with illegal immigration and the fees for non-admitted migrants. He pointed out that Poland cares about the security of its borders and Polish families. The Prime Minister also stressed that Poland has become a European centre for humanitarian aid and has opened its hearts and homes to its neighbours.

    As Law and Justice Party, we know very well that security is at the top of our catalogue of values.

    During his speech, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki also referred to security in Poland compared to other European countries. He pointed to immigration problems in France, Germany, Sweden and other countries, where there are neighbourhoods where cars are on fire and women are afraid to go out for a walk in the evening. The Prime Minister also recalled the mistakes of the Civic Platform, which had previously pledged to accept thousands of refugees but later blocked these plans.

    Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki stressed that Poland does not agree to the European Union’s dictates on immigration and will not pay for migrants who are not accepted. He expressed his opposition to the imposition of illegal immigration from outside Europe on Poland. He also stressed that Poland will defend its sovereignty and security and that Polish borders are sacred.

    In his speech, the Prime Minister also emphasised the values of solidarity and compassion that are part of Polish society. He announced that Poland will continue to focus on security and sovereignty, and that Law and Justice is the guarantor of these values. The Prime Minister concluded his speech by emphasising that Poland will continue to be a strong country that looks after its interests and values.

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