Poland may create state agency for Ukrainian migrants – Polish MFA
Deputy Foreign Minister of Poland Bartosz Cichocki has said Poland is mulling creating a state agency for Ukrainian labor migrants.
In an interview with the Ukrainian news outlet Europeiska Pravda, he said there were about two million Ukrainian workers staying in Poland, while Polish firms need Ukrainian employees, but these two groups are not related to each other.
According to Cichocki, it might be advisable to create a state agency that would work both in Ukraine and Poland, to inform Ukrainians of new vacancies and wages.
At the same time, the agency would be engaged in protecting the labor rights of Ukrainian migrants and would monitor compliance with pension payment obligations, he said.