Warsaw Invited Belarusian Firms to Move to Poland
OREANDA-NEWS. The Polish government offered Belarusian companies to move to the republic. The information on this was posted on September 11 on the Polish cabinet’s website.
The proposal is “a comprehensive package that helps IT professionals, start-ups and other companies move freely to the territory of the Republic of Poland.” “Thanks to the package of services, among other things, you will be able to learn how to quickly and efficiently start a business in Poland, get support in the relocation of employees and their families, or get legal and visa assistance,” the message reads.“In addition, individuals and companies from Belarus can count on facilitating contacts with local governments or special economic zones, which are actively involved in preparing a proposal for relocated employees and their families, creating temporary offices and living quarters. In addition, children continuing studying in Polish schools will have a right to additional hours of teaching the Polish language,” the statement says. One of the elements of the package is support in the form of communication between entrepreneurs and investors.