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Ministry of Infrastructure and Development (Poland)

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Ministry of Infrastructure and Development
Ministerstwo Infrastruktury i Rozwoju
Polish Governmental and Diplomatic Plaque.svg
Official governmental wall plaque
Agency overview
Formed27 November 2013
Preceding agencies
HeadquartersUlica Wspólna 2/4, Warsaw
Agency executive
Parent agencyCouncil of Ministers

The Ministry of Infrastructure and Development (Polish: Ministerstwo Infrastruktury i Rozwoju) was a ministerial department of the government of Poland. The ministry was created in November 2013 following the merger of the Ministry of Regional Development and the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Marine Economy during the cabinet of Prime Minister Donald Tusk.[1] The last minister responsible for the department was Andrzej Adamczyk. It was split in late 2015 into Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Infrastructure and Construction and Ministry of Development.

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The Ministry of Infrastructure and Development was tasked as the main coordinator for a variety of economic and infrastructural development roles. This included Poland's national and regional development policy, managing and distributing European Union structural and cohesion funds, eliminating spatial economic disparities, and promoting social and economic cohesion among the public and the private sector.[2] The ministry was also tasked for managing the republic's transportation infrastructure, including motorways and expressways, national roads, the rail network, airports, and the nation's maritime transport sector.[2] Additionally, the ministry also included housing and construction policy within its scope.[2]

Ministers of Infrastructure and Development

Portrait Name
Party Term of Office Prime Minister
Elżbieta Bieńkowska Kancelaria Senatu.jpg
Elżbieta Bieńkowska
Civic Platform 27 November 2013 22 September 2014 Donald Tusk,
(Tusk II)
Maria Wasiak.JPG
Maria Wasiak
Nonpartisan 22 September 2014 16 November 2015 Ewa Kopacz


  1. ^ "Poland: Elżbieta Bieńkowska will be Minister of Infrastructure and Development". Retrieved 1 December 2013.
  2. ^ a b c "Area of Responsibility". Ministry of Infrastructure and Development. Retrieved 1 December 2013.

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