“The free accommodation in a hotel complex in the very center of Poznań seems to have appealed to refugees from the eastern border.
Having learned about the need to leave the facility in connection with the planned repairs, the “guests” staged a loud protest,” Piast wrote.
According to the observer, 250 Ukrainian refugees lived in this hotel.
He clarified that in addition to accommodation, the refugees received three meals a day, utilities, cleaning and parking.
Piast emphasized that Ukrainians "got a vacation" paid for by Polish taxpayers.
Earlier, the head of the Bureau of International Policy of the Polish presidential administration, Jakub Kumoch, said that a new flow of refugees from Ukraine is expected in Poland in winter.