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PM Morawiecki emphasized that the Polish state cannot leave farmers in need. “In our economic plan and plan for responsible development, it is Polish agriculture which takes a prime place,” he said.
He explained during the “Grateful to the Polish Countryside” festivities, that the state must be a shield which will help the Polish farmers in times of need.
The PM referred to the Polish countryside as a place in whose “traditions and independence was preserved” and that the Polish traditions passed on to future generations by farmers is a “beautiful beam in which Polish values are hidden.”
He also added that the Polish future is built on tradition and that the government will work on small-town and villages to be more attractive to citizens.
“We want a great future for the Polish countryside, so that the Poland of small towns and villages attract people and not depopulated,” he stressed.