Nearly 48 percent of Ukrainian refugees in Poland plan to stay in the country for at least a year after the end of the war, a recent survey revealed. The poll, conducted by the EWL agency in cooperation with the University of Warsaw, showed that 6 percent of respondents planned to stay in Poland permanently, […]
Fiala spoke about the consequences of inflation on Czech citizens, the ongoing debate surrounding Russian gas and oil supplies and proposed sanctions, and the need to solve the issue of benefit tourism among primarily Hungarian-speaking Roma.
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