Europe News Desk!! Warsaw’s aid to Ukraine last year was equivalent to one percent of Poland’s GDP. Poland has opened its borders to millions of Ukrainians since the Russo-Ukraine war and launched several aid schemes, Xinhua news agency reported. According to media reports, the cost of aid to Ukraine is about one percent of GDP, amounting to around 30 billion zlotys ($6.9 billion). He said that Ukraine received aid from Poland’s central budget, local government budgets and the army budget. The minister has also said that about 780,000 Ukrainian citizens are working in Poland and many of them have established business in the country.
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