Locked content Majority of Ukrainians in Poland mulls moving somewhere else

As many as 60.2 percent of Ukrainians working in Poland is considering working in a country other than Poland and Ukraine, according to the latest report by HR consultancy EWL. Most of them (27 percent) is considering Germany as their work destination. “Despite the huge popularity of Poland, most of...

Locked content Saakasvhili stranded on Polish-Ukrainian border for hours.

Former Georgian President and governor of the Ukrainian region of Odessa Mikheil Saakashvili, was stranded on the Polish-Ukrainian border for hours before his supporters helped him force his way into the country. Saakashvili was traveling by train which was stopped in Przemyśl as Ukrainian border gu...

Locked content Poland reopens its Ukrainian consular posts

Poland’s ministry of foreign affairs has reopened its consular posts in Ukraine, after a grenade attack on its diplomatic post in Lutsk. “The Ukrainian side has taken the necessary measures to ensure the security of Polish foreign service staff and diplomatic and consular missions across the c...

Locked content Poland shuts its consulates in Ukraine after grenade attack

Poland has temporarily closed its consulates in Ukraine after a grenade attack on its diplomatic post in Lutsk. They will remain closed “until the expectations of Poland regarding the protection of diplomatic and consular missions in Ukraine have been fulfilled,” Polish deputy Foreign Minister Jan D...

Locked content Up to 94% of Ukrainians want to return to work in Poland – repor...

As many as 94 percent of Ukrainian nationals who work in Poland wants to return here to continue working, the IPF Group report on Ukrainian workers in Poland said. Among them, 64 percent decided to work in Poland due to higher wages, 18 percent give lack of work in their home country as the reason&#...

Locked content Waszczykowski discusses cooperation with Ukrainian President

On Tuesday, Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski started a two-day visit to Kiev, Ukraine, where he will meet with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman and Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. “Minister Waszczykowski will discuss the achievements and devel...