Poland to increase number of visa centres in Ukraine

Jul 10, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Forum News Portal

Poland plans to open in Ukraine 17 visa centres to receive documents from the citizens of Ukraine, Consul General of Poland in Lviv Jaroslaw Drozd said during a meeting with chairman of the Transcarpathian Regional Council Ivan Baloga on July 9, the press service of the Transcarpathian Regional Council reported.

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Clear Dharma

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Poland will help Ukraine, the will and rewards are there for all. I hope that the help will be appreciated considering the memorial services being held in Poland this week ..
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Back in 2003 a Ukrainian citizen could visit Poland with no visa required. There is really no reason for a visa to be reqired but Poles are somewht hard-headed. They should put it back like it was with an open border.
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Human trafficking in Ukraine:

Ukraine is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children trafficked transnationally for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation and forced labor. Ukrainian women are trafficked to Russia, Poland, Turkey, the Czech Republic, the United Arab Emirates, Austria, Italy, Portugal, Germany, Greece, Israel, Spain, Lebanon, Hungary, Slovak Republic, Cyprus, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Serbia, Argentina, Norway, Iran and Bahrain.

The majority of Ukrainian labor trafficking victims were men exploited in Russia, the Czech Republic and Poland, primarily forced to work as construction laborers, sailors, and factory and agriculture workers.

There are indications Ukraine is a destination for people from neighboring countries trafficked for forced labor and sexual exploitation. In addition, trafficking occurs within Ukraine; men and women are trafficked within the country for the purposes of labor exploitation in the agriculture and service sectors, commercial sexual exploitation, and forced begging.

Ukrainian children are trafficked both internally and transnationally for commercial sexual exploitation, forced begging, and involuntary servitude in the agriculture industry. An IOM survey released in December 2006 concluded that since 1991, approximately 117,000 Ukrainians had been forced into exploitative situations in Europe, the Middle East, and Russia.

The Government of Ukraine does not fully comply with the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking; however, it is making significant efforts to do so. While there was little evidence of efforts to curb trafficking complicity of government officials and of concrete steps to protect and assist trafficking victims at the national level, local governments made some progress on victim assistance. The government also made modest, but tangible, progress in improving the punishment of convicted traffickers, prosecuting labor trafficking, training the judiciary, and carrying out prevention activities.

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Unforunately scumbags like Semon Mogilevich, which made millions on trafficing girls to Hungary feel save in Ukraine. I mean when he was out of Russian jail, he went to Ukkraine and no one is going to prosecute him there it seems.

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To open the gates for Ukra peasants means, more crime for dumb Polaks & all other EU members.
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SLOvak criminals are all over Europe now, it was a disasterous day for other EU nations when SLOvakia joined the EU.
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American Observer wrote:
Back in 2003 a Ukrainian citizen could visit Poland with no visa required. There is really no reason for a visa to be reqired but Poles are somewht hard-headed. They should put it back like it was with an open border.
The reason is Poland joined the EU in 2004 which then required them to issue visas for Ukrainian citizens, it is one of the easier countries for Ukrainians to obtain visas though.

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The borders should be cemented tight & keep watching for tunnels. Ukrainkas have tendency to dig tunnels to smuggle cigarettes.
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The EU is cancer.

It will die out soon.
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We almost hd a reasonable discussion. Then Pissy crawled out from under his rock and ruined things with his asinine gibberish.

Back to the subject-- human trafficking is a problem worldwide-- visas etc. will not stop it because they just smuggle across the borders. It is true tht is easy for a Ukrainians to get a visa to Poland but there relly is not logical reason why they should have to jump through those hoops. When the border was visa free about the only check made at the border was that the visitor had sufficient funds to manage without problems.

As to Poland's entry into the EU requiring them to issue visas-- it seems to me just another example of how the EU is screwing things up. Maybe it is good that Ukrain is NOT in the EU.

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American Observer wrote:
Back in 2003 a Ukrainian citizen could visit Poland with no visa required. There is really no reason for a visa to be reqired but Poles are somewht hard-headed. They should put it back like it was with an open border.
Wasn't that around the time Poland became a member of the EU??

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Oh okay
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Döö me dumb polak. Döö me work for peanuts with pro-booby.
Clear Dharma

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American Observer wrote:
As to Poland's entry into the EU requiring them to issue visas-- it seems to me just another example of how the EU is screwing things up. Maybe it is good that Ukrain is NOT in the EU.
The EU demands some basic minimum standards which Ukraine would benefit greatly from in exchange for two way trade. Many in Ukraine will appreciate that lift in standards including a move to a more liberal democracy. Some may not but backward looking folk are always plentiful.
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To continue your praise of EU-- it certainly has helped improve the economic situations of its members-- just ask Greece, Spain, etc.

I am in favor of Ukraine looking westward instead of crawling back into the Russin Ber's cave. However, they must look with both eyes open nd a mirror to see who is behind them with a dagger.
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A perfect current example exists of what crawling back to to the Russian sphere and influence entails. All one has to do is look at Belarus and Lukashenko for the crystal ball to see what the future holds in Ukraine travels the same path
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Polaks are the REAL children of Israel.

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How can Ukras look westward ?
They belong to Russia.
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As long as Ukrainians continue their vicious persecution of ethnic and religious minorities particularly Jews they shouldn't be allowed into the EU!

The EU has nazi Hungary to deal with they can't add nazi Ukraine....Ukrainians learn to be civilized then the west can entertain your desires!
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fyi, you're an idiot, there is no persecution of ethnic and religious minorities in Ukraine, if you want to see that you only must go to SLOvakia.

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