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More Ukrainians want to settle in Poland: report

13.08.2019 07:40
An increasing number of Ukrainian workers want to settle in Poland long-term, according to a report.
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Ukrainians bought more than 100,000 apartments in Poland last year, over 50 percent more than in 2017, public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency has reported, citing interior ministry figures.

Meanwhile, the number of foreigners with long-term residence permits is rising in Poland, IAR added, quoting the Office for Foreigners.

At the end of July, over 400,000 people, mainly Ukrainians, held such permits, according to the news agency.

Foreign workers in Poland are usually employed in sectors such as construction and manufacturing, IAR reported.