With fighting ongoing on the Polish eastern border, the country’s right-wing administration has presented a bill to raise infrastructure and medical safety in times of emergency.

The government’s national security draft proposes a secured annual state fund for training local first aiders, every country gets an ambulance and a better 112 crisis call strategy.

The draft empowers provincial governors in crisis circumstances and reserves money earmarked for expedited response in times of crisis and natural disasters. 

The maximum amount of cash that families may now get in crisis if their home is damaged has been raised from 6,000 to 10,000 zlotys.

Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Poland’s prime minister, and the country’s most powerful figure declared that the measures were influenced by current events like the coronavirus epidemic, severe fires, and flood, as well as the sudden arrival of almost four million Ukrainian war refugees since Russia’s invasion on Feb. 24.

The bill must be endorsed by President Andrzej Duda, a state supporter, and the parliament.

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