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About two thirds of the tenants of the Marywilska shopping center are members of our community, said Karol Hoang, spokesman for the Association of Vietnamese Entrepreneurs in Poland, on TVN24 BiS. He added that it was about two thousand people.

– We estimate that about two thirds of the tenants of the Marywilska shopping center are members of our community, and family pavilions dominated there, so entire families worked in one store. So, when it comes to service points, up to ten people worked there. According to our estimates, about two thousand people who worked there are victims of this fire. I would like to emphasize that in social terms, this number needs to be multiplied, because entire families were the beneficiaries of these pavilions, said Hoang.

Hoang: The Masovian Voivode said he would help

He added that a crisis team was established yesterday and actions will go in four directions.

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– First of all, we will want to provide the fire victims with some alternative jobs. So that at least these temporary enterprises have a place to work and earn money until the reconstruction. Secondly, we will determine which families are most in financial need and these families will receive financial support from us, Hoang said.

He pointed out that the collection had been going on since yesterday. – At the same time, we will monitor and appeal to the authorities to determine the causes of the fire as quickly as possible. (…) Tenants – fire victims reported that they lost personal and company documents in the fire, so it is a matter of restoring these documents, which is particularly important for foreigners and people who do not have Polish citizenship – he emphasized.

He added that “many of them are in the process of extending their temporary and permanent residence, in the process of extending their work permit, so here we will help in the formal and legal assessment so that these documents and duplicates of these documents can be issued as easily as possible, most efficient way.

– In this regard, today the Masovian Voivode emphasized that he will help us here. After the meeting just a few hours ago. At the same time, the Vietnamese embassy in Poland opened its doors outside standard opening hours exclusively for fire victims to streamline the process of obtaining duplicate Vietnamese personal documents, Hoang explained.

Fire at Marywilska 44

The market hall at Marywilska 44, which had over 1,400 shops and service points, started burning after 3 on Sunday. On Monday morning, six fire brigades were still working on site to supervise the fire site for safety reasons.

Masovian Voivode Mariusz Frankowski announced that decisions on further actions will be made on Monday or Tuesday. He did not rule out activating crisis measures to provide material assistance to the center's tenants. – This may be difficult because the tenants are entrepreneurs. There is no appropriate procedure for this, which does not mean that it cannot occur, Frankowski noted.

Marywilska 44 was the largest shopping center in Warsaw that specialized in wholesale and retail trade. The owner of the hall is the listed company Mirbud, which was joined in 2010 by a subsidiary of JHM Development – Marywilska 44.

Main photo source: TVN24 BiS



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