The minimum wage in Poland will be raised from the current PLN 2,250 (EUR 519) to PLN 2,600 (EUR 599) from 2020, up by 15.6 pct, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said after a government meeting on Tuesday. At a press conference held in Lowicz, central Poland, Morawiecki also said the minimum wage will rise to PLN 3,000 (EUR 692) from 2021. This raise will amount to 15.4 percent. At its sitting on Tuesday, the government debated a draft regulation on the minimum monthly wage and minimum hourly rate. The latter will be increased to PLN 17 (EUR 3.39) from the current PLN 14.70 (EUR 3.92), or by 15.6 percent, Family and Labour Minister Bozena Borys-Szopa said.