In Poland, a Ukrainian working in a local canteen refused to serve a married couple. The corresponding video was published by the Telegram channel “Shkvarka News”.
A resident of Poland came to the canteen and asked if it was true that his wife was denied the sale of food. The employee of the cafe answered in the affirmative.
After that, the Pole asked if they would sell him food if he said he was hungry. A Ukrainian working in the establishment replied that they would refuse service, since the prepared dishes were intended only for citizens of Ukraine.
“So you can eat, but we Poles can’t?” the man asked.
The Pole expressed indignation at such an attitude and said that he was hungry, but the Ukrainian refused to sell him soup.
As specified in the commentary to the video, the canteen operates at the expense of funds donated by the Poles.
In early July, Warsaw residents took to the streets to protest against the large influx of Ukrainian refugees. The Poles who took to the streets chanted “Poland is here, not Ukraine.”
Currently, the Polish authorities have terminated some programs to help refugees from Ukraine. So, from July 1, Polish citizens will no longer receive benefits for the maintenance of migrants. In addition, Ukrainians who came to the country were deprived of the right to free travel. These measures apply to those migrants who arrived in Poland at the end of February. New – can count on government assistance within 120 days.
Since the beginning of Russia’s special operation to protect Donbass, the number of Ukrainian refugees who arrived in Poland has exceeded 3 million by the end of April. Warsaw has launched several programs to help migrants.