Kaczyński: We want Poland to stop being a provincial country

Jarosław Kaczyński emphasized Law and Justice’s (PiS) commitment to fulfilling promises made in previous campaigns and implementing a credible plan before the elections during a meeting with supporters in the town of Pułtusk

editor: Grzegorz Adamczyk
author: wprost.pl
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The leader of Law and Justice (PiS) Jarosław Kaczyński, along with top party politicians, met with supporters in Pułtusk in northeastern Poland, during the Family Picnic event. Kaczyński was there to launch the “For the Love of Poland” tour, stating that the party’s program was developed through conversations with Poles.

Kaczyński said during a speech that PiS has fulfilled promises from previous campaigns.

“European statistics demonstrate significant progress in Poland, but there is still much work to be done. My presence in Pułtusk is not coincidental, as we celebrated President Andrzej Duda’s victory in this city,” he said.

He emphasized Poland’s progress towards reaching the European living standards average and stressed the need for consistency to achieve further growth.

“Our aim is for Polish families to prosper and for Poland to cease being a provincial country,” said Kaczynski. He assured that Poland was “very close to catching up with the West.”

“We do not adhere to a narrow national mindset. We believe in our ability to solve challenging problems in the most demanding situations. We aspire not only to reach the level of the European Union, but to surpass it,” the leader of the ruling party told the crowd in Pułtusk.

Kaczyński also addressed support for farmers, assuring that issues such as raspberry procurement will be positively resolved. He also urged the audience to report similar matters to politicians for prompt action.

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