Labour migrants from Ukraine, which in Poland there are about a million, do not constitute a problem for the Polish society.
This said the President of Poland Andrzej Duda Thursday broadcast Catholic radio Maryja and TV Trwam, answering the question callers, reports UKRINFORM.
“These people (Ukrainians) in most cases are in Poland legally, work legally, and I did not notice that they have made someone some kind of resentment or hurt,” said Duda.
He emphasized that Ukrainians are hard-working in Poland, often performing work that does not want to carry the poles.
President of Poland also stressed that with the arrival of migrants, particularly from Ukraine, he does not see threats for changing the national or religious structure of the country.
“It is estimated that we have about one million migrants from Ukraine, who, as far as I know, does not create in our country, no hostile organizations, no terrorist threat, what we are most afraid,” – said the President of Poland.
At the same time, Duda stressed that Poland does not agree forced to accept immigrants or refugees.