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Year of approval of the
SD strategy and updates

The NSDS was adopted by the Polish Government in 2000 (only available in Polish). In October 2007, it was decided that the NSDS was outdated.

Type of SD strategy
Lead ministry/institution in
the SD strategy process

Ministry of the Environment
Ministry of Regional Development

The Chancellery of the Prime Minister

Link to the SD strategy

Further information about
the SD strategy process

Since 2009 reform of Polish strategic document has taken place to built comprehensive System of Management of Poland’s Development.The following documents were adopted until now:

  • Long-term Development Strategy 2030 (coordination The Chancellery of The Prime Minister),
  • Mid-term Development Strategy 2020 (coordination Ministry of Regional Development)
  • and 9 integratedstrategies (2020): 
  1. Innovation and Efficiency of Economy Strategy (coordination - Ministry of Economy)
  2. Human Capital Development Strategy (coordination – The Chancellery of The Prime Minister)  
  3. Transport Development Strategy (coordination – Ministry of Infrastructure)
  4. Energy Safety and Environment (coordination – Ministry of Economy and Ministry of Environment) 
  5. Efficient State (coordination – Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration)
  6. Society Capital Development Strategy (coordination – Ministry of Culture and National Heritage)
  7. Regional Development Strategy (coordination – Ministry of Regional Development)
  8. National Security Strategy (coordination – Ministry of National Defence)
  9. Sustainable Development of Rural Areas and Agriculture Strategy (co-ordination – Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development)

All above mentioned documents are coherent with EU-SDS, but none of them is providing direct implementation. 


This Country Profile has been last updated on: Friday, 03 October 2014

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