There can be no talk of a strong Republic without a prosperous Polish countryside – these words were addressed by the president of Law and Justice Jarosław Kaczyński to the participants of the 9th Congress of Agriculture of the Republic of Poland. He also stated that the agricultural industry is exceptionally difficult and constantly exposed to various types of risks.
Kaczyński emphasized that the congress is taking place at a special time, because two days ago it was a year since the beginning of the barbaric, full-scale Russian aggression on Ukraine. As he noted, this war leaves its mark on all areas of life.
– First of all, it is a great threat to our freedom and independence. It makes us realize that independence, self-determination, the implementation of our national interests and the Polish raison d’état, and thus the chance for a better life, are not given to us once and for all – noted the president PIS.
PiS president about the Polish countryside
Kaczyński wrote that the war also highlights the fact that as a community and individually we must constantly strengthen our sovereignty in all aspects and work to make “the Republic of Poland as strong as possible in terms of spirit and economy.”
– Of course, there can be no talk of a strong Republic of Poland without a prosperous Polish countryside, without developed rural areas and without dynamically developing agriculture – he stressed.
He added that the agricultural industry is exceptionally difficult and constantly exposed to various types of risks. In his opinion “war in Ukraine and the rapidly increasing radicalization of mainstream forces in the European Union are piling up new dangers, problems and challenges.
We’re doing our best to deal with them. The assessment of our actions may vary, but I would like to assure you that we will do everything in our power for the prosperity of Polish agriculture, said Kaczyński.
The letter of the PiS president addressed to the chairman of the National Alliance of Farmers’ Trade Unions and Agricultural Organizations, Sławomir Izdebski, was read out at the congress by the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Agriculture, Henryk Kowalczyk.
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