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“If Poland wants most Ukrainian workers to stay in the country, it must adapt to changing realities, because the struggle for a Ukrainian worker among European countries is just beginning,

said Anatoliy Zymnin, the PR manager for EWL Group at a recent press conference. In EWL’s May survey of 570 Ukrainians working in Poland, many respondents said they were interested in trying to work in a new EU country. Top choices were: Germany, Czech Republic and the Scandinavian nations.

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