The authorities of the European countries do not want to grant asylum to citizens of Ukraine who were forced to leave the country because of the conflict, writes.
"I don't know what I'd do if I am denied, But the specific do not feel confidence," admits Vladimir Zelenyuk, together With his wife to leave the city Anthracite With only a passport, a backpack And a credit card.
With the beginning of the Ukrainian conflict, the flow of immigrants And asylum seekers in Poland And other European countries has been increasing steadily, writes the print edition, noting that Europe is wary of the citizens of Ukraine And in no hurry to give them a warm welcome.
Poland, Germany, Italy And other countries in the vast majority of cases are denied Ukrainian applicants in asylum or postpone the consideration of their requests, writes NYT. In case of failure of the country who " are reluctant to open their borders to another thread-hungry immigrants work ", point to the fact that the conflict until not has affected a large part of Ukraine.
"The reason they fail, is quite obvious. Ukraine is a huge country. Only one part of its territory unsafe for this reason, residents have the opportunity to move without leaving its borders, " - said the coordinator of the migration project in the Warsaw Centre for Eastern studies March Yaroshevich.
And although the number of Ukrainian migrants still against small, at the moment Ukrainians constitute the largest group of asylum seekers in some European countries, stresses the magazine.
"A large number of Ukrainians who fled to these, prefer to supply the information for the visa, not asylum. Once they get a temporary visa, in fact have the opportunity to stay in Poland for an indefinite period ", - informs the press-Secretary of the Polish office for foreigners of Eva Picota.
When it's thousands of Ukrainians who do not have the ability to get a visa even With a fairly liberal Polish laws, we can Only seek asylum. But the chances of it getting very low, stresses the magazine.