Poland hopes its GDP growth to be 2-3 pps above eurozone average - PM

In view of global challenges, the PM appealed to all political forces for broad cooperation for the well being of the state, its development and in the name of normality. Paweł Supernak/PAP

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki in his policy speech on Tuesday said his government wants the country's GDP growth level to be at least 2-3 percentage points above the growth in the euro zone during the next four years.

Morawiecki, addressing the Sejm (lower house) before the chamber's vote of confidence in the new cabinet following the November 13 general elections, added that his government will continue to pay out an extra 13th pension and a 14th pension as of 2021.

In view of global challenges, the PM appealed to all political forces for broad cooperation for the well being of the state, its development and in the name of normality.