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31 Mai 2024

By Aigerim Akylbekova and Ray Furlong, Radio Free Europe

'State Of Shock': Kyrgyz Migrants In Hungary Left Jobless And Desperate

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been a vocal critic of migrants coming to the European Union, but his government's own official figures show there are 120,000 migrant workers in Hungary, mostly from Ukraine, Serbia, Vietnam, and the Philippines. An RFE/RL investigation has uncovered how vulnerable some of these workers can be, in danger of losing their jobs without warning and being left without residency papers. In a recent case, more than 200 Kyrgyz lost their jobs at a factory owned by a subsidiary of South Korean conglomerate SK Group.