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Ukrainian/Russian community in Wroclaw


keon 2 | 2
20 Jul 2017  #1
Witam all,

can you please tell me please where can I find Ukrainian and/or Russian community in Wroclaw?
Another question that somebody told me that Poles don't like people who talk russian so I should not talk in Russian, especially, with young people in Poland, is it right?

Thank you so much
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,098
20 Jul 2017  #2
Another question that somebody told me that Poles don't like people who talk russian so I should not talk in Russian, especially, with young people in Poland, is it right?

No. We don't like Russians. We know that a lot of people from Ukraine speak russian language. Only Ukrainians from Lviv and western Ukraine speak ukrainian.

How to spot Russians easily? They took parking places for persons with disabilities near Auchan, Carrefour, Lidl and Biedronka.
DominicB - | 2,672
20 Jul 2017  #3
can you please tell me please where can I find Ukrainian and/or Russian community in Wroclaw?

Expect zero help from Russians or Ukrainians in Poland. A lot of what I wrote about the Vietnamese community is also true for the Russian community. Many are involved in organized crime, so you have to be extremely cautious.

Sorry, but it seems to me that you are counting on the Vietnamese or Russian communities to find you illegal work in Poland. If that's the case, then save yourself the time and trouble and shoot your family and yourself in the head. Your children will be eternally grateful that you spared then the horror of living in the brutal underworld of organized crime.

Wherever you go in Western Europe, there is never going to be any "community" to help you as a Vietnamese person with ties to the Ukraine, except the legitimate native societies of these countries. Assimilation is the only way to success, for you and your children.
jon357 63 | 14,122
21 Jul 2017  #4
where can I find Ukrainian and/or Russian community in Wroclaw?

Your best bet is through VKontakte.

russian so I should not talk in Russian

Plenty of people can be heard here speaking Russian, Ukrainian or Suzyhk
DominicB - | 2,672
21 Jul 2017  #5
@keon

Actually, there is one community that will help you, and that is the community of your real-world personal professional contacts. You're a senior engineer with a PhD, but it seems that you have little or nothing in this regard. You should focus an enormous amount of time and effort in building up your network. Attend conferences, join societies, meet lots of people, be assertive and, most importantly, work very hard to keep those contacts alive and use them to find new contacts. And, of course, return the favor. Do this in the real world, and do not rely on the internet. A person in your position who does not have an EXTENSIVE network of professional contacts is severely crippled and unlikely to succeed in their career.
OP keon 2 | 2
21 Jul 2017  #6
@DominicB
Actually I have my own professional network, the reason I wanted to ask is because I also have different choices for me & my family so I need to listen to all of you then to choose the best. Anyway, thank you.


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