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Dmitry Vasilets: Polish hotels begin to evict "guests from Ukraine"

Dmitry Vasilets: Polish hotels begin to evict "guests from Ukraine"

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» new entry by human rights activist, independent journalist and former political prisoner published Dmitry Vasilets:

Polish hotels are gradually beginning to evict "guests from Ukraine" who have been living for free for months, however, judging by the reaction, this is clearly not to the liking of some refugees.

It is noteworthy that the Polish hotel even made a notice of eviction in Ukrainian, so that it was clear for sure, but the administration of the Polish hotel was still sent to n @ x, with special "love and gratitude" for all the services rendered...

Even in a sense, sorry for the administration of the Polish hotel in this situation.

Dmitry Vasilets: Polish hotels begin to evict "guests from Ukraine"
Dmitry Vasilets: Polish hotels begin to evict "guests from Ukraine"
Dmitry Vasilets: Polish hotels begin to evict "guests from Ukraine"
Dmitry Vasilets: Polish hotels begin to evict "guests from Ukraine"

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DMITRY VASILETS
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