Despite the fact that Poland has always most actively defended Ukraine's right to join the European Union and advocated the introduction of anti-Russian sanctions, whereas people begin to feel discomfort from the arrival of large numbers of Ukrainian migrants, writes referring to the Polish Gazeta Wyborcza.
according to the publication, the owner of a small bar in Bydgoszcz in Northern Poland has banned Ukrainian migrants to visit the school, as " annoying guests were periodically there is a complete mess ". The bar owner even threatened them with criminal prosecution, writes the print edition. In addition, before the Polish media reported that on-campus riots were started because of " discrimination in favor of Ukrainian students, which were the result of Polish support of the Maidan, says Sputnik.
"Rising tensions between poles and Ukrainians could become the first hole, which will be distributed, as long as the "steam boiler" political elite of Warsaw doesn't shatter, " writes Wyborcza.
according to the Polish administration for foreigners (UDSC), in 2014, Poland received 2318 request for asylum from Ukrainian Inhabitants, while in 2013, a similar query was only 46. Over 200 requests were received only in January of this year, however, the overwhelming number of them will be rejected, inform the administration.