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    Benefits for Ukrainians canceled in one of the cities of Poland – where exactly

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    From July 1, the once free service will become paid for Ukrainian migrants

    Now Ukrainians will have to buy tickets / Photo: Getty Images, Collage: Today

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    From today, from July 1, Wroclaw cancels benefits for Ukrainian migrants who arrived in Poland on February 24.

    According to inPoland, citizens of Ukraine will no longer be able to use trams and buses in Wroclaw free of charge. You can buy tickets at the terminal or take care of the UrbanCard and buy a travel card.

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    A regular ticket valid for 30 minutes costs 4.6 PLN (about 34 UAH), a monthly pass for all lines costs PLN 110 (approximately UAH 800).

    It should be noted that free travel for Ukrainian immigrants in Wroclaw was introduced at the end of February until the end of May, a month later it was extended until June 30, and subsequently the city council decided to abandon this practice.

    No more free train tickets

    From July 1, Ukrainian migrants will be able to travel only on general terms, without the right to free travel by RRC Intercity trains.

    Citizens of Ukraine, without exception, will have to buy a ticket for the full price. Until June 30, citizens of Ukraine had the right to travel free of charge on RKR Intercity trains only in cities on the eastern border.

    Recall that public organizations decided to pay Ukrainians in Poland with a Pole’s card 1,500 zlotys (11,400 hryvnias) for an adult and 750 zlotys (5,700 hryvnias) for children.

    We also talked about how much dental services cost in Poland.

    Source: Segodnya

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