“If it turns out the prime minister is not right, I am ready to drink together to his mistakes,” says Zbigniew Ziobro.
The 11 billion zloty programme will enable the completion of more than 1,200 kilometres of lines across Poland.
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The French president accused Poland’s prime minister of supporting fellow “extreme right” politician Marine Le Pen.
The first part of the package aims to lower high food prices, give additional payments to pensioners and invest in energy independence.
They say the government has not done enough to protect them from inflation.
“Poland’s borders are sacred” and have been “sanctified by the blood” of past generations who defended them, said Mateusz Morawiecki.
A government spokesman said they would seek to add opposition ideas to Covid legislation currently being considered by parliament.
The package will cost the state budget between 15 and 20 billion zloty.
The ambassador said the Polish side had shown “arrogance” and “lack of empathy” towards the Czechs.
The opposition say the hacking was carried out for political purposes by the government.
The 2,335 metre-long tunnel completes the capital’s southern ring road.
The two heads of government also discussed their differences over the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline and war reparations.
The package – worth an estimated 10 billion zloty – is a response to the highest inflation in two decades.
Morawiecki warned that alongside the migration emergency, a military buildup and energy crisis were becoming growing risks for Europe.