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#Commentary of Marina Zheynova on situation around Ukrainian migrant workers

The ordinary Ukrainians cherished the last hope that at least they could go abroad to work without visas. In fact, according to statistics, the Ukrainian workers transferred about $7 billion (the real figure is higher) to Ukraine, which is about 6.5% of GDP.

But no such luck! The visa-free regime will not give employment rights in EU countries. It is open to the Ukrainians only as tourists and limited, though it was promised to be complete one. Essentially, this is the standard procedure of the Kiev authority, when it is not only a concept being replaced, but it is also portrayed as a great achievement (which is actually a fraud!) in order to continue the implementation of plans to rob people.

The EU is very afraid of the influx of the Ukrainian guests and only Poland welcomes the Ukrainians today. Partly, this is to prevent hosting refugees from the Middle East and to fall behind the reproaches of Brussels for refusing to participate in the allocation of quotas.

Simultaneously with receipt of the visa-free regime with the EU, the Ukrainian government began to moot the question of visa entry for citizens of the Russian Federation again. I wonder what they come up with for the citizens, who work in Russia, because the information on the Russian response has already been made available in the media. What are we going to do with 4 million of migrant workers? If they all come home tomorrow, there will be another wave of unemployment, social tensions with all the attendant consequences, because Kiev has nothing to offer to these people at home. Of course, a part of them would try to go to the EU, but who waits for them there – the answer is obvious.

One thing is clear, the Ukrainian leadership continues to work towards the implementation of plans to destroy Ukraine with the support of Western partners, and what is appalling it is all done to the applause of Ukrainian citizens.

Marina Zheynova, the DPR People’s Council deputy

The official website of the DPR People’s Council

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