Labor migration to Poland is so strong that one third of residents of Wroclaw, Western Poland’s largest city, speak Ukrainian,
Thursday, September 6, 2018

Labor migration to Poland is so strong that one third of residents of Wroclaw, Western Poland’s largest city, speak Ukrainian,

Labor migration to Poland is so strong that one third of residents of Wroclaw, Western Poland’s largest city, speak Ukrainian, asserts Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. Speaking on Ukrainian TV, he says: “In Wroclaw, they say that Polish and Ukrainian languages are, if not 50 to 50, then already 30 to 70 (percent).” He added: “We believe that, unfortunately, this trend will prevail in the near future.” Indeed, next month, both Ryan Air and Wizzair start flights to Wroclaw — Ryanair from Kyiv Boryspil, and Wizz Air from Kharkiv. Wizz Air already flies from Lviv and Kyiv Sikorsky to Wroclaw, a city of 640,000 people.

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