Re: Move to mother Russia?
- From: vello <vellokala@xxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2007 12:48:48 -0700
On Sep 12, 10:05 pm, Dmitry <dmitrijsfedot...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 12 Sep, 06:36, KRAN...@xxxxxxxxx (Peter) wrote:More, living in Baltics give them opportunity to opt for Ireland and
<<Increase population by 30% in 5 years? How are they going to create
3000000 more jobs?>>
How about teachers, bus drivers, construction workers, etc. Obviously
with such large increase in population, many new jobs would be created.
Problem is, who is going to build housing for so many people and who is
going to pay for it. Goal of 300 000 people moving to Kaliningrad seems
unrealistic, goal should be more modest, lets say 50 000 in a next 5
years. But you never know, Russian/Kaliningrad economy is booming.
I know that Kaliningrad oblast economy is moving forward, I've got a
friend there who supplies me with Koenig news from time to time. I
agree that 50000 is more realistic than 300000. I also agree with
Vello - I can't see why Russian speakers from Baltic states would want
to move to Kaliningrad, they can get better pay in Ireland or UK.
UK. With leaving EU they would lost that option.
could however attract a few from poor regions of Russia.
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