Poland issued 44% fewer visas to Ukrainians during the first half of the this year,

Wednesday, August 12, 2020
Poland issued 44% fewer visas to Ukrainians during the first half of the this year,

Poland issued 44% fewer visas to Ukrainians during the first half of the this year, compared to the same January-June period last year, reports the Warsaw Business Journal. The drop to 270,000 visas is not as dramatic as it seems because Poland suspended residency rules during the epidemic, meaning that “a large part of Ukrainians simply did not leave Poland.” Krzysztof Inglot, head of Personnel Service, a Polish employment agency, says: “Those who were already in our country had the opportunity to extend their stay…There is [now] an influx of new employees from the East, who are ready to undergo a two-week quarantine in order to work in our country.”

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