• 20/07/2024 05:16

Poland is concerned about a possible influx of Ukrainians through mobilization, – Business Insider

Poland will be afraid of the influx of Ukrainian civil servants through obilization.

This is reported by RBC-Ukraine via a post on Business Insider.

As it turns out, the public space has information about possible mass departures of Ukrainians from Poland. This scenario is related to the law on mobilization, which is the rise of officialdom on the 18th of May.

Zokrema, since Ukrainians who are abroad (for example, in Poland), do not update their data until 17 linnya, em access to consular services will be limited.

In this way, people whose passports carry a short term will have the opportunity to increase the price and purchase after completing the term of official documents that allow legalization of work and boovanya behind the cordon.

“Due to the current law, restricting access to consular services, it is a significant need to leave Poland. As we are a country that radically avoids such people, they will begin to move to the less repressive countries of Zakhidna Europe,” said Grzegorz Kulisz, BBC market expert that head of the Weegree Group.

According to ZUS data, 760,200 Ukrainians were in insurance at the end of 2024, of which 52% were people. Most of them work in everyday life, industry, logistics, agriculture, trade.

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