The Rada adopted a law on special guarantees for citizens of Poland
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted a law on special guarantees for citizens of Poland. This was announced by People's Deputy Yaroslav Zheleznyak (the “Voice” party) in his Telegram channel.
“The Rada supported in general bill No. 7550 on special guarantees for Polish citizens. Citizens of Poland will be able to stay on the territory of Ukraine within 18 months after the adoption of the law and enjoy all the rights and freedoms, like the citizens of Ukraine,— he said.
Poles will also have the right to employment and state registration as taxpayers, business activities, education in educational institutions and medical care. Also, citizens of Poland can count on separate social benefits.
The decision was supported by 283 deputies. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky submitted a relevant bill to the Verkhovna Rada “as a token of gratitude to the Polish people for the solidarity and support of Ukraine.”
Ukraine— is not the first country in the post-Soviet space that grants Polish citizens special rights. On July 1, Belarus allowed Polish citizens visa-free entry into the country until December 31. As told in the State Border Committee of the country, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko made such a decision “to maintain good neighborly relations.” between the two countries. The number of days spent in Belarus should not exceed 90 days in a calendar year.
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In mid-April, the Belarusian authorities temporarily, until December 31, allowed entry without a visa for citizens of Lithuania and Latvia, as well as for persons who have the status of a non-citizen of Latvia.
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