A town of Sochaczew in central Poland is home to two dozen Armenians. The authorities say they are in good standing, writes local newspaper Express Sochaczewski.
Deputy head of local registry office Mariusz Starbala says there are 17 permanent residents of Ukrainian origin, 18 Ukrainians live in the town temporarily. There are also 20 residents of Armenian origin and nine of Vietnamese descent. The majority of local Armenians are the citizens of Russia, said Starbala.
Armenians and Vietnamese are the most disciplined and hard-working foreigners in the city, he added. Most of them have their own businesses, and visitors can look forward to their support, the daily writes.
The local authorities describe Armenians as “law-abiding” citizens.