It is our responsibility to work extremely hard to protect our homelandMay 3, 2019
During the celebrations of Constitution Day on 3rd May, Deputy Prime Minister Beata Szydło said: "Our responsibility is to work extremely hard to protect our homeland, but also to alleviate disputes, build communities and unite."
She noted that we enjoy the freedom, independence and sovereignty in our country. "Poland is part of the European Union, we are proud of it. This is a great achievement and has been a great dream for many generations" said Deputy Prime Minister Szydło. She stressed that today we live in a safe country of peace, but it is still our duty to safeguard Poland's freedom, independence and sovereignty. "This is the duty of all of us, contemporary and future generations of Poles," she added.
According to the Deputy Head of the government, the Constitution Day celebrations should unite us, "we should remember that despite our differences, we have one Poland, one homeland, and we are all Poles."
The Constitution Day celebration in Krakow began with the laying of wreaths at the Monument of Fighting Poland. A parade brought the celebration to a close.
On 3rd May 3, Deputy Prime Minister Szydło met with participants and spectators of the Patriotic Rally in Wola Rzędzińska.