154 stationary ticket offices are being set in Wrocław.
Besides, there are almost 3,000 ticket punches where one can purchase a ticket in public transport like buses or trolley cars. Previously, they had three language options: Polish, English and German. And now they also have Ukrainian.
Mennica Polska company, which is responsible for the tickets sale in Wrocław has introduced a new language in the ticket terminals. According to several statistics, 10% of Wrocław population is Ukrainians.
Earlier, the Ukrainian language was also introduced in the ticket terminals in Poznań. Besides, Poznań is the first Polish city to have launched a special subpage for Ukrainian citizens on the town’s website. Ukrainians may find the information about the town, work and education there.
As we reported earlier, around 70% of Ukrainians who secured approval to work in Poland, are working in the Schengen Area states or on places which were declared.