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The Polish authorities canceled simplified procedure employment in the country for Russian citizens. This was reported to the Polish Press Agency by the Minister for Family Affairs and Social Policy Marlena Malong.

According to the official, this decision was made because of the war in Ukraine and the growing risk of mass migration from Russia.

Those Russians who have already been employed under the simplified procedure can continue to work until their work permits expire.

As of summer, 13,000 Russians were employed in Poland under a simplified procedure.

Now in Poland, under a simplified procedure, citizens of Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine can get a job.

Source: meduza.io

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