This January 2018 video says about itself:
Why Ukrainian workers are flocking to Poland
At least one million Ukrainians are currently working in Poland, according to estimates. The economy in Ukraine, still hampered by war and corruption, is sluggish, while across the border, there’s been uninterrupted growth and even a labour shortage – partly because so many Poles have moved further west. Ukrainian businesses, meanwhile, are finding it increasingly hard to hold on to their workers. Our correspondent Gulliver Cragg reports from Ukraine and Poland.
So, poverty for most people in Ukraine, the second poorest country in Europe. Meanwhile, their president Petro Poroshenko is one of the richest people in the world, because of corruption, Panama Papers tax dodging, and his corporations, including warship shipyards and other weapons production.
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