Two Ukrainians nominated for award for labor proactivity in Poland.

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Ukrainians Kateryna Brodovska and Natalya Kovalyshyna nominated for award for Immigrant Entrepreneurship as Dziennik Baltycki reported.

Earlier, Dziennik Baltycki announced the competition “Gdansk – city of proactive 2019”.

“Immigrant Entrepreneurship is the category when we award adult citizens of Gdansk with foreign citizenship for active participation in the development of the local community,” the message said.

According to the profile of Kateryna Brodovska, she is a linguist of the Polish language on education. During two years, she cooperates with amateur Ukrainian theater ‘Navpaky’ and she is a member of Gdansk organization Union of Ukrainians in Poland. She launched two startups in Gdansk: Polish language courses and event-agency BRODway.

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Second nominated Ukrainian Natalya Kovalyshyna is the coordinator for students with the experience of migration in the school and preschool complex #1 in Gdansk according to her profile. She helps children of migrants to adapt.

The most active migrants who implement the idea of entrepreneurship by different means and facilitate the social and economic development of city will be defined during the online voting.

Related: Ukrainian labor migrant brutally murdered roommate in Poland

Earlier, a passenger car crashed into a truck near the Polish town of Kołbiel, killing four people, two of them were Ukrainians.

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