The Czech Republic has approved quotas on attracting foreign labor for the next few years.
The largest quotas that were approved are, of course, for Ukraine. 19,600 per year, and from September the figure will rise to 40,000.
Of course, this is not much, given the needs of the Czech economy. Their national enterprises lack 500 thousand employees. Therefore, quotas for Ukraine will keep on increasing.
The Czech Republic turns on its “dustbuster” and connects to other regional countries, pumping out human resources from Ukraine.
The Czech Republic alone annually loses 3.2 billion Euros due to lack of labor. And this year will lose 4.2 billion Euros. So, their motivation is clear, I think.
Iliya Kusa, the UIF expert on international politics and the Middle East issue