The government allowed even non-EU citizens to come and work on the Paks nuclear power plant expansion project without a permit.
According to hvg.hu, the Orbán administration published the relevant decree yesterday evening. Thanks to that, the workers of non-EU countries will not need a residence permit for employment.
The non-EU citizens, including not only Serbians or Ukrainians but also Indian, Pakistani or Turkish nationals, will be able to work for the subcontractors involved in the Paks II nuclear power plant expansion project.
The project aims to construct two additional reactors to the existing four at Paks. The technology will remain Russian, and the loan covering the project’s costs comes from Moscow.
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