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    Polish President Andrzej Duda Plans In-Depth Discussions with New Government to Address Key National Issues

    Polish President Andrzej Duda has announced his intention to engage in discussions with all members of the recently sworn-in Donald Tusk government. During these meetings, the president emphasized the importance of addressing key issues facing Poland.

    Following a successful vote of confidence in the Sejm, the lower house of the Polish parliament, the inauguration of the new government took place on Wednesday morning. President Duda, in his address to the cabinet at the Presidential Palace, expressed his desire to meet with each minister individually. He particularly highlighted his intention to collaborate closely with certain ministers to ensure the effective implementation of the Republic of Poland’s affairs.

    “I will want to talk … with each of your ministers, especially those with whom I assume the cooperation will be the closest… on how to arrange it so that the affairs of the Republic of Poland are actually implemented in the best possible way, so that the constitutional principle of cooperation resonates to the benefit of the Republic of Poland and its citizens,” stated President Duda during his address on Wednesday. The president’s emphasis on cooperative efforts aims to uphold the constitutional principles that serve the best interests of the nation and its citizens.


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