Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that more than 1 million Ukrainians are now working in Poland.
He said this during a meeting with residents of the Tucholsky district in the village of Zhalno on Saturday, September 3, reports “European Truth” with reference to “Polish Radio”.
Morawiecki was asked, in particular, about state aid to refugees.
“For those of you who would think that the Polish state is holding them back, I will answer today that this is not the case, because they pay taxes, pay contributions to the Social Insurance Institution. More than 1 million people are part of those who already used to work, and a significant part of those who arrived also started working,” the Prime Minister of Poland said.
He noted that the free world will continue to help Ukraine with arms supplies and humanitarian actions and expressed the hope that as a result of sanctions, Russia will suffer monthly losses, and this will affect Vladimir Putin.