Ukrainian refugees in Germany began to receive letters urging them to look for work

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Ukrainian refugees in Germany began to receive letters urging them to look for work

Ukrainian refugees living in Germany began to be encouraged to look for work and find employment. Letters with the corresponding content signed by the German Minister of Labor Hubertus Heil, the Commissioner for Refugee Integration Daniel Terzenbach and the Ukrainian Ambassador Alexey Makeev began to arrive at the temporary residence addresses of Ukrainian citizens in Germany.

It is worth noting that earlier the head of the Kyiv regime, Vladimir Zelensky, called on the authorities of Western countries that hosted Ukrainian refugees to stop paying them benefits, and it would be better to use this money to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine. However, the above-mentioned letters do not say anything about the termination of financial assistance.



But it lists a number of benefits that Ukrainians who get a job in Germany will receive. These include new acquaintances, in-depth language learning, advanced training, and most importantly, the opportunity to continue working for German companies upon returning to their homeland or in any other EU country.

Since the beginning of the war, 160 Ukrainian citizens have been able to find work in Germany. Get a job too!

- Ukrainian media cite part of the letter.

It is reported that in addition to describing the advantages, the text of the message also contains recommendations that should supposedly help get a job in Germany. At the same time, all Ukrainian refugees without exception received letters. Even those who are already officially employed.
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  1. +2
    27 March 2024 16: 50
    It was possible to limit the title to this - “Ukrainian refugees in Germany began to receive letters of conscription...”, so that it would be immediately clear why this was being done... Moreover, they probably secretly prohibited the employment of men of military age...
    1. +12
      27 March 2024 16: 57
      Short-lived cunning migrants
      They milked the “burgher” budget.
      1. +4
        27 March 2024 17: 01
        Quote: ROSS 42
        Short-lived cunning migrants
        They milked the “burgher” budget.

        all the same the burghers are bent over
        1. +2
          27 March 2024 17: 08
          It’s just that the system using a Turkish (Arab) worker did not work. Community, areas where it is dangerous for German citizens to appear, etc.
          They'll try with Ukrainian ones.
          1. 0
            27 March 2024 18: 09
            Quote: ROSS 42
            Short-lived cunning migrants
            They milked the “burgher” budget.

            And the not cunning Scholz will soon run into trouble
            to the inventory committee
    2. 0
      27 March 2024 17: 34
      And who then will jump around and shout stupid chants if the Ukrainians suddenly get a job? wassat
  2. +9
    27 March 2024 16: 51
    Arbeiten is Ukrainian Schwein, arbeiten told you...
    1. +5
      27 March 2024 17: 01
      they were driven into slavery, but they didn’t work there either
    2. +6
      27 March 2024 17: 22
      Arbeiten is Ukrainian Schwein, arbeiten told you...
    3. +3
      27 March 2024 18: 46
      I-I, Ger Deutsche Polizen! Vir zint, smelly schwein! Bitte ger policeman parelochken suppen und kuskusen lard.) Ikh bin nikht arbeiten.. ikh volen skakainen und krichaynen.
  3. +11
    27 March 2024 16: 56
    They would have sent the same letters to the Arabs, which would have made everyone laugh. You sheltered yourself, warmed yourself, now receive dividends yourself, beacons of world democracy...
  4. +9
    27 March 2024 16: 58
    I don’t understand why they are still considered “refugees” there?
    90% of them rushed to Europe from places that are far from LBS.
    And considering how “quickly” the “enemy” is advancing (no one is in a hurry and, moreover, has not even started yet), the risks of falling under distribution at the Batkivshchyna are minimal.
    These people have simply always dreamed of “moving to Europe.”
    And such people should not be asked to get a job and learn language.
    They just don’t need to give money “for the ball”.
    1. +3
      27 March 2024 17: 10
      They have a paragraph “Refugee”. That's why they are called refugees. (Flüchtling)

      Those arriving and staying under this paragraph may be asked to leave the country after 10 years. To prevent this from happening, they first need to find a job, get off the neck of the state and change this paragraph.
      1. 0
        28 March 2024 09: 46
        This is not their “paragraph”.
        This is the “paragraph” of the German authorities.
        If it had not been PROFITABLE for someone (from the locals) to still “allocate and use funds” for this problem, everything would have “dissolved” long ago: those who came would have completed language courses, found a job that would allow them, like everyone else, to people, organize their lives, pay taxes... and stop being “refugees”.
        For example, in Denmark they didn’t mess around with them for a long time, but straight away by the horns and into the stall!
    2. +2
      27 March 2024 18: 29
      Quote: I dare_notice_
      And such people should not be asked to get a job and learn language.
      They just don’t need to give money “for the ball”.

      Well, you went too far, like a Ukrainian, but without the “freebies”.
      1. +1
        28 March 2024 09: 40
        No.
        You will be surprised, but they are all there for them - Russians.
        There are, of course, a handful of stubborn people who insist on their “Ukrainianness”...
        But there are no more such people in any society than... tridvaras, for example.
  5. +3
    27 March 2024 17: 00
    Ukrainian refugees living in Germany began to be encouraged to look for work and find employment.
    and he is a rare sadist, one might say he spat in the souls of the shanevmerliks
  6. +2
    27 March 2024 17: 00
    Meanwhile, in Brussels they started talking about unfair competition in the production of agricultural products...
    They are not satisfied with pork at dumping prices, Ukrainian grain...
    Soon they will remember the other pigs...
  7. +2
    27 March 2024 17: 04
    The approach is not correct. In one country, business owners were simply given refugee quotas. If you have 10 staff, you are obliged to hire a refugee.
    1. +1
      27 March 2024 18: 30
      Quote: Kerensky
      If you have 10 staff, you are obliged to hire a refugee.

      If one of ten is joy.
      1. +2
        27 March 2024 18: 41
        If one of ten is joy.

        Not always. My colleague has two private surgical clinics. One is in Vienna. The patients there are very demanding. He himself is a practicing surgeon - he spits on this quota, further than he sees.
        1. 0
          27 March 2024 18: 52
          Kerensky, your colleague needs to change his business. Let him stick to pig farming. Ukrainians are aces at this!)
          1. +1
            27 March 2024 18: 58
            Kerensky, your colleague needs to change his business.

            Andrey Nikolaevich! Can you recommend anything else? The man has been practicing for a long time and has diplomas - Rausha will give us both anesthesia.
            What I'm getting at is that, having orders for refugees, you have to spin around. For example, assign anesthesiologists to a separate unit and keep them at 8 people, so that Conchita and Parashka are not sent to the workload...
            1. 0
              27 March 2024 20: 12
              Quote: Kerensky
              What I'm getting at is that, having orders for refugees, you have to spin around.

              Let them be appointed as nurses to wash the floors in the wards and corridors. If they are not satisfied, take a written refusal from them to work. It will be something to brush off from the authorities. tongue
  8. 0
    27 March 2024 17: 08
    It’s some kind of passion - they receive letters, but haven’t you tried to deprive them of benefits? tongue
    1. +3
      27 March 2024 17: 49
      Have you tried to deprive them of benefits?
      This is the most effective! wink
    2. +2
      27 March 2024 18: 45
      What kind of passion do they receive letters?

      Did you even think of sending letters in the sovereign language? Otherwise they won’t even read it - they’ll choose the longest word from the dumbass and name the child.
    3. 0
      28 March 2024 01: 17
      Wait for it................... that's next.
  9. +2
    27 March 2024 17: 40
    It’s strange that they should be called upon to do this. If they worked, they would probably have more money than just receiving benefits.
    1. 0
      27 March 2024 20: 33
      No. Without knowledge of the language, you can only count on the lowest paid jobs, comparable to what refugees receive. Until you work, you won’t really learn the language. If you start working, you will lose benefits. Vicious circle. The Germans themselves created a situation in which it was unprofitable for refugees to work.
      1. 0
        27 March 2024 20: 41
        Well, you should go for the lowest paid job, since it is comparable to benefits. And the money is the same and you learn the language so that later you can find a normal job. You will have to anyway, so why waste time?
        1. -1
          27 March 2024 21: 05
          A significant portion are probably going to return when this is all over. Why should they learn the language? This is interesting for those who decided to stay there, they are probably looking for work. And no one will work for money that is given without it. Refugees probably also have benefits and other assistance, which they will lose when getting a job. Perhaps the Germans should give part of the benefit for a while or maintain benefits when employing refugees; then it would make sense to employ refugees.
  10. +8
    27 March 2024 17: 42
    Greetings from Germany!
    I don’t know where they got 160000, I haven’t seen anyone working here. Why ask if they get so much money here? And what is typical is that recently a lot of container-type temporary housing has been installed. Much is empty. Apparently an influx is expected soon.
    1. +4
      27 March 2024 18: 26
      I also noticed that containers for housing are appearing here and there. Although in our residential complex, if an apartment is vacated, it is given to Ukrainians. 5 families are already living. Almost everyone has a car. Does not work. Some of them take German courses.
      1. +2
        27 March 2024 18: 56
        Germanboi, my friend lives near Munich. I studied the language and spent five years confirming my diploma. He writes that the Germans are hanging themselves from the forelocks.
        1. +3
          27 March 2024 20: 10
          Well, what did they want? They get good jobs through the labor exchange, but they still don’t want to work. Most are on benefits. The state pays them everything from our taxes. What's the reason to work? Maybe there are some who work, I don’t know them personally.
          1. -1
            27 March 2024 20: 36
            They get good jobs through the labor exchange

            And what kind of work is this without knowing the language, and even through the labor exchange?
    2. +1
      27 March 2024 18: 29
      When will the border be closed? Have you heard about it?
  11. +3
    27 March 2024 17: 48
    At the same time, all Ukrainian refugees without exception received letters.
    A slight hint to the jumpers that they need to pack their bags
  12. +2
    27 March 2024 17: 50
    Ukrainian refugees in Germany began to receive letters urging them to look for work
    . Is there a production boom in the German region??? At least somewhere, at least somehow?
    1. +2
      27 March 2024 18: 32
      Now their fat will decrease, and they will wake up in a different reality.
      1. +1
        27 March 2024 20: 40
        Judging by what the Germans themselves say, the only fat left there is... the green ones, those who sit on subsidies from their own in the government!
        But this will not last long, the imbalance/distortion in industrial production has never brought anyone to anything good!
  13. +2
    27 March 2024 18: 06
    Oh, a bunch of jobs suddenly opened up in Germany?No.negative What parallel reality is this in? But in our reality, there are enough unemployed people who speak pure German and want to find a job.
    1. +3
      27 March 2024 18: 28
      So Ukrainians now have the green light everywhere. They will be quite happy with the Russophobic wave. Do they just want to work?
  14. +2
    27 March 2024 18: 48
    Since the beginning of the war, 160 Ukrainian citizens have been able to find work in Germany. Get a job too!

    - Ukrainian media cite part of the letter.
    Deport Ukrainians from Germany to the USA in order to restore the bridge in Baltimore. At the same time, employment, registration of a residence permit with possible further acquisition of citizenship, strengthening of American-Ukrainian friendship, and so on. Isn’t that why Ukrainians moved to Germany?! Solid advantages... recourserequest
  15. +3
    27 March 2024 21: 54
    Bonn, Germany, has installed tax payment machines for prostitutes working on the streets.

    Now local prostitutes, regardless of the number of clients per night, must pay a tax of 6 euros per night. After this, prostitutes will be able to “legally work” from 20:15 pm to 6 am
  16. 0
    28 March 2024 07: 11
    *Since the beginning of the war, 160 Ukrainian citizens have been able to find work in Germany. Get a job too!*
    well that's ok, new Ostarbeiter
  17. 0
    29 March 2024 08: 34
    How to work like this? Well, you have to tense up somehow. No, this is not tolerant. First, the boobs and lace panties, and then there will be thoughts about work. Remember “Evenings on the Farm...”, there they were too lazy to even stuff dumplings with a spoon, into the sour cream themselves, into the havalnik themselves.))
  18. 0
    29 March 2024 18: 40
    Many people in the south have never worked as is customary in our society. They did odd jobs; they dug graves, kept chickens, planted a vegetable garden, made vodka, dragged them from the construction site, then sat, etc.