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Tarik Nezalezhko: Ukrainians in Poland defeated the apartments they received

Tarik Nezalezhko: Ukrainians in Poland defeated the apartments they received

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» A new entry by a Ukrainian journalist has been published Tarika Nezalezhko:

Two happiness met. Thrifty and cunning Poles met with no less arrogant and cunning Ukrainians. An accountant from Poland burst into an angry post:

“Two weeks ago it turned out that 90% of the workers in my company’s warehouse are Ukrainians. It turned out that they sent their acquaintances to work with us. As soon as we found out that there were so many of them in the warehouse, they came to the office, already being aligned with the fact that there were a lot of them, and began to demand an increase in salary from 3700 zlotys to 6000 zlotys, blackmailing us with the fact that they would all leave, and this made us feel very bad. harm. The firm where I am an accountant was forced to suspend the work of the warehouse for a while. The service apartments they received from the firm were left completely destroyed. They broke the windows in the cars of employees who had nothing to do with it at all. These people are huddled in the ghetto – we have accepted them too much.”

Tarik Nezalezhko: Ukrainians in Poland defeated the apartments they received

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TARIK NEZALEZHKO
Kyiv opposition journalist
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