Government's policy targets aid to the needy – PM
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Friday that the Polish government, from the very start, has been pursuing a "solidarity policy", trying to help the most needy, including the disabled.
Morawiecki took part in the meeting "Support for the disabled and their carers, achievements and plans", held at the Dialog Centre for Social Partnership in Warsaw, attended also by the Minister of Family, Labour and Social Policy Elżbieta Rafalska.
"I want to emphasise that our government, despite all the political emotions that have arisen around this fundamentally important topic, has, from its first days, been trying to (pursue - PAP) a social policy, a solidarity policy," the Prime Minister said. As he pointed out, this policy takes into account intergenerational solidarity and solidarity with the most deprived persons, including those with various types of disabilities.
"Our government is trying to improve the fate of these people," Morawiecki argued, pointing to government's spending for these purposes.