Security

Security

The success of the 2016 NATO Summit in Warsaw. This will go down in history as one of Poland’s biggest successes. The summit drew a new map of world security, and strengthened the security of Poland, as well as of NATO's eastern flank.
 
The presence of NATO member forces in Poland. This is a real guarantee for Poland’s security, and for the eastern flank of NATO.
 
Increasing defence spending. We heavily invested in the security of our homeland.
 
Building the missile defence base in Redzikowo. Through which we have strengthened allied solidarity, and the security of both Poland and NATO.
 
Establishing the Territorial Defence Forces. Their mission is to defend and support local communities during armed conflict, natural disasters or catastrophes.
 
Obtaining Poland's non-permanent membership of the UN Security Council in 2018-2019. Our country received the support of 190 Member States in the vote of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
 
A responsible migration policy. We opposed the automatic relocation mechanism of immigrants from North Africa and the Middle East.
 
The permanent Frontex headquarters being based in Poland. This is one of the most important EU agencies, and thanks to our government’s efforts it is based in Warsaw.
 
Ensuring the effective protection of the 2016 World Youth Day in Poland. The professionalism of Polish services was recognised by Pope Francis, journalists and pilgrims from around the world.
 
Reopening Police stations. As a result, more officers are present and visible in areas where residents need them.
 
Modernizing the uniformed services. By looking after the services, we are ensuring the safety of Poles.
 
Abolishing the ceiling of a maximum of 12-years service and improving the system of promotion in the army. As a result, in over 2 years, more than 31,000 soldiers have been promoted.

Providing support for victims of storms. We increased financial assistance to storm victims, and simplified procedures for victims of natural disasters to claim compensation and help.
 
Lowering the high pensions of former communist secret police officers. It’s an act of social justice.
 
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