President appeals for ruling coalition to unite in meeting challenges

President Andrzej Duda is convinced that the problems facing Poland can only be solved by the United Right coalition if it works together, a presidential spokesman said on Wednesday.

"In these difficult times, Poland needs a stable government," Blazej Spychalski told private broadcaster Radio Plus, when asked if the president was concerned that the United Right was not quite "united," in recent days.

The coalition has come under pressure in recent months owing to disagreements between Law and Justice party and its junior allies.

Spychalski added that president appealed for the United Right to work together "because the government of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki conducts Polish matters well" and "recent years have shown that ambitious, important challenges can only be implemented by this government."