Poland began to refuse Ukrainians entry more often

The number of refusals to enter Poland last year amounted to 58.5 thousand, which is a quarter more than in 2018.
In 2019, the number of refusals to enter Poland for Ukrainian citizens increased by 25% compared to the previous year. This is reported by the think tank Europe without barriers, citing statistics from the Polish border service and its own research.

The number of refusals to enter Poland in 2019 amounted to 58.5 thousand, which is 25% more than a year earlier (46.7). As before, the vast majority of failures are on the land border. Traveling by plane, the probability of getting a waiver is much less,” the analysts report.

According to the center, the main reasons for such refusals are the unconfirmed purpose of the trip (34.9 thousand citizens) and lack of funds (12.8 thousand citizens).

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