The number of accounts of Ukrainians in Polish banks rose by almost half

The number of accounts of Ukrainians in Polish banks rose by almost half



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One third of Ukrainians want to stay and live in Poland forever.

During the year the number of accounts opened by Ukrainian citizens at the Polish banksincreased more than 40%.

Now in Polish banks, the foreigners opened more than 600 thousand accounts. Last year there were 424 thousand. This writes the “Dziennik. Gazeta Prawna”. Most accounts have been opened by the Ukrainians, who are there to work. Most Polish banks offer customer service in the Ukrainian language.

At the same time, 51% of Ukrainian workers satisfied with the comfort of labor in Poland, 30% – rather satisfied. This is evidenced by the results of a survey of Otto Work Force Polska. Most respondents like relationship with the immediate boss, fellow workers, and working conditions. To the question if they would like to stay in Poland for permanent residence, 34% of Ukrainian citizens said “Yes”, the same number intend to visit regularly to Poland to work, but want to live in Ukraine, 15% plan to leave immediately after the completion of the contract, and 3% as quickly as possible.

From what countries are Ukrainian migrant workers remit home more money, read on Dnia this link.

Videotransit migrants were transferred home to about 10 thousand million dollars – economic news

Most of the money the Ukrainians sent from Poland – more than $ 3 billion. In second place is Russia, the third – USA.Ukrainian children will go abroad in new ways. The government has amended the rules of crossing the state border by citizens of Ukraine.Ukrzaliznytsia has doubled the number of flights from Kiev to Berdyansk.More on economic news and currency rates in our review.

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