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    Premier Morawiecki’s Tribute to Solidarity

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    During the commemoration of the 43rd anniversary of the Jastrzębie Agreement and the 35th anniversary of the 1988 miners’ strikes in Jastrzębie-Zdrój, Premier Mateusz Morawiecki delivered a poignant speech, emphasizing the enduring significance of “Solidarność” (Solidarity) in Poland’s history and its relevance to the nation’s future.

    Premier Morawiecki underlined that “Solidarity” was not merely a labor movement but a powerful symbol of a nation’s desire for justice, sovereignty, and freedom. It was a movement that broke through the barriers of fear and set Poland on the path to liberty.

    Solidarity’s Contemporary Relevance

    The Premier emphasized that “Solidarity” continues to be a guiding light in modern times, offering a resolute response to the challenges of the contemporary world. It represents unity, determination, and a shared commitment to progress.

    In the context of Poland’s energy transition, Premier Morawiecki hinted at the possibility of establishing a specialized ministry to oversee the transformation of the mining industry and the broader energy sector. This strategic move aims to facilitate effective dialogue and reaffirms the importance of the social agreement with industry stakeholders.

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