Alexander Kuranov. Interest in relocating to the Czech Republic increased in Ukraine, now has more than 1,100 complaints about it, said Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka.
"in Ukraine, according to the (Czech) foreign Ministry and the interior Ministry, increased Interest in relocating to the Czech Republic, besides the initial number of 200 people has now grown to more than 1,100," said Sobotka in conversation, which on Sunday published.
According to the Prime Minister, Prague has long draws the attention of the European Union that, If Italy and Greece are the target of migration flows from North Africa and the Middle East, the Czech Republic is in a similar situation in terms of migration flows from Eastern Europe.
"If the citizens Federation has expressed disappointment with the development of the situation in the country) or will be threatened due to the continuation of the war, it will be sent here, and we will be obliged to try them," said Sobotka.
because of this, he believes, one must pay attention not only to the problems caused by the flows of immigrants in the European Union, but also the fact that now occurs in Ukraine. Given the concerns that exist currently among the Czechs because of the fall migration in the European Union, the Prime Minister said that the population of the Republic is a very homogeneous society, which had never been large influxes of people from countries with a backward culture.
"on the contrary there is a very successfully managed to integrate tens of thousands of people who came from Ukraine, lived here tens of thousands of people from Russia and Vietnam, who have successfully joined (Czech) society," he added.