Speaking about the distribution of funds allocated to Poland by the European Union, the Prime Minister in an interview for “Sieci” noted that “we still have a huge infrastructure gap: railways, roads, metropolitan railways, optical fibers, CPK and many other areas”. This – in his opinion – will be the first very important direction of the country’s modernization.
The second direction – as Morawiecki said – will concern financing of modern energy. He indicated in an interview with the weekly that this is the way the world and the most developed countries go. – The economic crisis that the world is struggling with is just beginning. The simultaneous impact on demand, supply and liquidity is unprecedented. We are not fully aware of the changes that are coming in the world economy in Poland, assessed the Prime Minister.
He also pointed out that “so far we have dealt with the threats very well, perhaps so well that it has put us to sleep a bit. And now we can oversleep too.” Now, in the conversation, the Prime Minister added that “the coronavirus is not over either“- although the Prime Minister’s controversial words were made during the election campaign that”coronavirus is on the decline“.
At the same time, he expressed the opinion that Poland can be an innovative and efficient country in difficult times. – I dream of a Poland where the citizen will deal with all the most important official matters while sitting with a cup of coffee in front of the computer – he told the weekly.
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