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Migrants: Morawiecki, Poland received 1.5mn Ukrainians

'They fled because of Russian aggression'

04 July, 10:55
(ANSA) - STRASBOURG, JULY 4 - ''Poland is home for about one and a half million Ukrainians, people who have fled their country because of Russian aggression, they are certainly not registered as refugees, because of the long proceedings, but they definitely have this status, and they can look for a job and build a new life by in this country, stimulating our economy''. That is what Poland's prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki said at the plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. ''At the recent European summit we have seen how Europe is able to build trust with its citizens, who want to see their borders protected from migration, the EU is facing today a great influx of immigrants and only through a flexible and intelligent approach we can rebuild trust with our citizens'', he added.


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