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The Polish government approves a multi-billion plan for a more accessible infrastructure

The Polish government approved a multi-billion dollar program to reorganize the state infrastructure and increase accessibility for the elderly and people with mobility problems.

As part of the program called Accessibility Plus, by the end of 2025, 23 billion Zloty (5.4 billion euros, 6.2 billion US dollars) will be spent on improving the living conditions of elderly Poles and citizens with various types of mobility disorders, the prime minister Minister of the country said on Tuesday.

The plans include the modernization of several hundred railway stations and the removal of architectural barriers in public buildings throughout the country, said Mateusz Moravetsky.

“Accessibility is the opposite of exclusion and brings the idea of ​​social solidarity to the public space,” Moravetsky told reporters.

The Accessibility Plus program is part of the many measures that Morawiecki announced in April, when Poland’s ruling conservatives met in Warsaw to sum up their first two years in power and outline their priorities for the coming years.


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