Poland seeks many innovative investment projects - PM

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki (L) and Chairman and CEO of the Axel Springer Mathias Doepfner (R) attend the 12th WELT economic summit. Hayoung Yeon/PAP/EPA

Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki, attending an economic congress in Berlin on Wednesday, said Poland hopes to attract as many innovative projects as possible, especially greenfield projects.

"I presented here what our new economic model is all about, how Poland is able to stabilise its budget situation and, at the same time, be able to spend considerable funds on its social policy and meet NATO obligations, that is, spend 2 percent of its GDP on defence policy and allocate quite a lot to infrastructure development," said Morawiecki.

According to the PM, his words were "met with great interest of leading business activists and representatives of German business." As Morawiecki pointed out, many of them were considering investing in Poland in the future. "We want to see as many projects as possible in Poland, we especially want as many greenfield projects as possible (...), we care about innovative projects. And this was also discussed at this summit," pointed out Morawiecki.

The Berlin congress was organised by the Axel Springer media group.