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1 Headquarters Multinational Corps Northeast Newcomers Booklet Szczecin

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3 CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of this Booklet Updating Need More? 1 CHAPTER 2 GENERAL INFORMATION 2.1 How to get to Szczecin? Location of the HQ Poland in brief City of Szczecin 4 CHAPTER 3 LEGAL ASPECTS 3.1 Introduction Entry and Departure Residency and Registration Insurance Working in Poland Tax Privileges Granted by Poland Relief from import duties Pets Firearms Importation of Private Vehicles Vehicle Registration Driving Licence Parking in Szczecin 13 CHAPTER 4 HOUSING AND EDUCATION CHAPTER 5 DAILY LIFE 4.1 Housing Schools Kindergartens Water Waste disposal Radio/TV Mail Public Telephones Newspapers Laundries Dry-cleaners Photo service Car service Emergency car service Craftsmen Lost Property 23 I

4 CHAPTER 6 MEDICAL AND RELIGIOUS SERVICES CHAPTER 7 TRAFFIC CHAPTER 8 SHOPPING CHAPTER 9 BANKING 6.1 Medical service for non-polish citizens Policy of Medical Support Veterinary Surgeons Hospitals Pharmacies Christian Services Infringements of Polish Traffic Law - Main Traffic Rules Guarded Car Parks Petrol Stations Busses and Trams Taxi General info The HQ Canteen Selected Supermarkets and Shopping Centres Shops nearby in Germany General info Banks in Szczecin 32 CHAPTER 10 LANGUAGE PROBLEMS CHAPTER 11 TRAVELLING CHAPTER 12 LEISURE 10.1 General info Translators Emergency Public Polish Holidays Railway Connections Flights Transport to Berlin Ferries Cultural Life Sports Restaurants/Pubs/Bars Discos and Night Clubs Entertainment for children 40 CHAPTER 13 HQ MNC NE CLUBS 13.1 Clubs available at HQ MNC NE The Allied Sports Club The Allied Ladies Club 42 II

5 CHAPTER 14 OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION ANNEXES 13.1 Hotels Security 44 1 City Map of Szczecin A Plan of Baltic Barracks A Self-Guided Walk A Vehicle Inspection A Paid Parking Zones in Szczecin A Mailbox A Car Service A Emergency Car Service A Craftsmen A Important Phone Numbers A Guarded Car Parks A Busses and Trams Routes A Supermarkets in Szczecin A Some Useful Polish Phrases A Medical Support Emergency Phone List A Restaurants A Pubs A Discos, Clubs, and Nightbars A Entertainment for Children A-19-1 III

6 1.1 Background of this booklet. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION This Newcomers Booklet was developed to give each newcomer assistance with settling down in Szczecin. The information provided here is intended to help you and your family at the very beginning. Please, forward national questions being not covered in this booklet to the respective National Support Element or to your Senior National Officer. Please note that HQ MNC NE shall not be liable for any information (especially not for information concerning legal matters and insurance), given in this booklet. 1.2 Updating This booklet will be updated twice a year or more frequently if needed. If you have any suggestions concerning updating the content or adding any information, don t hesitate to forward your ideas to G-1 Division in written form. 1.3 Need more? More current information can be found on the HQ MNC NE public website The site contains the most up-to-date information. On our website you will also find some links to other websites concerning useful information about life in Szczecin. 1

7 2.1 How to get to Szczecin? CHAPTER 2: GENERAL INFORMATION Coming from Denmark or Germany for the first time, the most convenient way of reaching the city by car is to take the A11 motorway from Berlin, or the A20 motorway from Lübeck and crossing the border between Germany and Poland at Pomellen / Kołbaskowo. After crossing the border: (follow the road direction signs Baltic Barracks) Km Location 0,0 Border crossing Pomellen / Kołbaskowo (motorway) 2,7 Exit Szczecin / Rosówek 3,5 Turn right to Szczecin, follow the road 13 11,4 Roundabout - take third exit to Centrum; also Baltic Barracks sign 12,9 Roundabout behind Makro, Castorama, McDonald s; take fourth exit to Gumieńce, also Baltic Barracks sign 15,7 Roundabout - take second exit 16,6 Junction with traffic lights - turn left (Baltic Barracks sign) 18,2 Junction with traffic lights - turn right (Baltic Barracks sign) 18,7 Baltic Barracks gate to the left Travelling by train. You can choose from a wide selection of railway connections (at or You can fly to the Goleniów Airport situated 45 km from Szczecin. The Polish Airlines LOT provides shuttle buses between the airport and the city centre (reservation is required). The drive takes about 50 minutes and ends at Aleja Wyzwolenia 17 in front of the LOT office. Alternatively, you can take a minibus commuting to the Main Bus Station in Szczecin. From there, you can get a taxi to arrive at Baltic Barracks. The taxi fare with the Airport Taxi Group (phone: ) is approx. PLN 150. You can also fly to Berlin and from there take one of the private shuttle buses to drive you to central Szczecin. The tickets for the shuttle buses have to be pre-booked via Internet (for addresses see chapter 11 point 4). For more details contact your National Support Element (NSE) or your Senior National Officer (SNO). 2

8 2.2 Location of the HQ Headquarters Multinational Corps Northeast (HQ MNC NE) is located in Baltic Barracks in the north-western part of Szczecin (53N E29 35 ). The address is: Headquarters Multinational Corps Northeast (or HQ MNC NE) Baltic Barracks ul. Łukasińskiego 33, PL Szczecin, Poland or Headquarters Multinational Corps Northeast (or HQ MNC NE) Post box 59, PL Szczecin 6, Poland Phone: Website: Please find a map of the city of Szczecin in Annex 1 and a map of Baltic Barracks in Annex Poland in brief - A country, which for decades was bound to the former eastern block, but which traditionally always felt like a part of Western Europe. - Placed in the central region of Europe, bordering seven countries on the distance of 3,672 km borderline, and with a coastline of 528 km. The neighbouring countries are the Russian province of Kaliningrad and Lithuania in the northeast, Belarus and Ukraine in the east, Slovakia and the Czech Republic in the south and Germany to the west. In the north Poland is bordered by the Baltic Sea. - Poland, with an area of 312,683 square kilometres, is nearly as big as Germany. The north-south direction is 649 km, west-east dimension is 689 km. The highest mountain is Rysy (2499 m high), in the Tatras. - The population of Poland is ,919 (end of 2011) and it is the 9 th largest population in Europe. Most of the population (86%) are Catholics. 3

9 2.4 City of Szczecin Szczecin is the capital of Western Pomerania Region and the biggest Polish city located in the vicinity of three European countries: Germany, Denmark and Sweden. The city was modelled on Paris, with a number of star-shaped squares, and is known as the city of greenery. Obviously there is a reason to it. The urban built-up areas contain green enclaves as well as parks featuring rare tree and bush species, and one of the largest cemeteries - the Central Cemetery (area of approx. 170 ha) the biggest in Poland, 3 rd biggest in Europe. The squares in Szczecin are planted with many varieties of magnolia that bloom in spring. Today the town spreads over an area of 301 km 2 and is situated amongst three complexes of great primeval forests Goleniowska, Wkrzańska and Bukowa and clusters of hills: Warszewskie, Bukowe and Wał Bezleśny Bezrzecze-Siadło Dolne. It takes Szczecin residents slightly over an hour by car, train or ferry to get to famous seaside resorts - Świnoujście (with ferry service to Denmark and Sweden), Międzyzdroje, Dziwnów or Rewal. Equally popular are towns located at the Lagoon of Szczecin - Nowe Warpno, Trzebież, Stepnica. The city of Szczecin and Western Pomeranian Province are one of the most attractive tourist regions in Poland History The past of the City of Szczecin is both multinational and multicultural. The history of the town began at the turn of 7 th and 8 th centuries when there was already a Slavonic settlement on today's castle hill and a fortified city as well. At the end of the 10 th century, Szczecin became a feudal estate of the Polish Prince, Mieszko I, and it was already in 1005, when Pomeranians gained their full independence. It was during the times of Bolesław Krzywousty, when Szczecin experienced the sphere of Polish influence again. During that time it was the bishop Otto from Bamberg, who carried on Christianization mission in Pomerania (years 1124/1125 and 1128). This second period of Polish feudal sovereignty over Western Pomerania and Szczecin lasted 60 years ( ). During , Szczecin - together with Pomerania - was under Danish sovereignty. It was about 12 th century when first German people arrived in Szczecin. They settled down nearby today's Old Town's Hall. In 1187, a rich merchant, Beringer from Bamberg funded the St. Jacob's Church. Since that date, a spontaneous affluence of German people to the town and the growth of their importance have been noted. The rapidly expanding German community absorbed the old Slavonic town already in The municipal rights, Szczecin received them in 1243 and the city of Szczecin became a permanent duke's residence. Since that moment, the town had started to play an important political role in Pomerania. It was 4

10 in 1278, when Szczecin became a member of Hansa. There was a great part of the Gryphites' dynasty in the history of Pomerania. The dynasty built an autonomous Pomeranian state and its representatives governed in Pomerania over 500 years, feud of the German Reich at the same time. The politics of Pomeranian sovereigns were as far-reaching and longstanding as possible despite of substantial limitations towards maintaining autonomy. During the 17 th century, the decadency of prosperity of the town began and, soon afterwards, economical breakdown of the whole duchy deepened as a consequence of the Thirty Years' War ( ). Prince Bugustaw XIV, the last one of the Gryphites dynasty died without issue in In accordance with the Peace of Westphalia, concluded in Münster and Osnabrück (1648), hitherto independent Pomeranian Duchy was divided between Sweden and Brandenburg. Szczecin, with considerable part of Pomerania, passed over to Swedish hands. During 90 years of Swedish rule, a visible downturn of the town, of the port and trade appeared. After the great North War, concluded with Stockholm's Treaty in the year 1720, Szczecin was included to Prussia and obtained the status of capital of the Pomerania Province. The Prussian authorities made Szczecin a strong military centre. Evidence of that were defence fortifications covering much bigger surface than the area of the town itself. In the course of Napoleonic wars, the town was a very important French fortress during several years ( ). The occupation by the French caused substantial decline in population and brought about economic collapse of the town. Once the town returned to Prussia, the shipbuilding industry revived and the town became, step by step, an important centre of that industry in the state of Prussia. The Prussian authorities expanded military function of the Szczecin fortress which, for ever afterwards, had unfavourable repercussions on town planning development. Permanent affluence of rural people as well as industrial and trade development caused that spatial development possibilities of Szczecin within fortification limits were promptly exhausted. Many years endeavours of the town authorities towards removal of the fortifications were crowned with success in 1873 when destruction of forts and town walls began. Since that moment, very dynamic development of the town had been noted. The spatial development of Szczecin was a classical pattern of geometrical town planning at that time and the base for that were radial-like squares with triangle building plots on which Neoclassical and Secession tenementhouses, as well as functional public utilities buildings were constructed. The next important stage in spatial development of the town began at the turn of 19 th to 20 th centuries when merging of suburban housing estates, urbanized already and independent hitherto and small towns took place. The said development was connected with significant development of the municipal infrastructure. 5

11 On 26 th April 1945, Szczecin was conquered by the 65 th Russian army and the Polish administration took over the town on 5 th July During the Potsdam Conference, the Great Threesome decided to award Szczecin to Poland. During the Second World War, 60-70% of the buildings, 70-80% of the harbour with its dependencies and 90% of industrial objects were destroyed. The terrain over the Odra River and the buildings in the centre of the town, including the ancient Old Town suffered most. The extent of war damages was so big, that Szczecin was observed as one of 20 most ruined towns of that time. In the course of the following years the city was populated with people who themselves had fallen victim to the expulsion by Soviet forces from Polish eastern territories in what today is Belarus and Ukraine. During the initial build-up period, the main emphasis was firstly laid on the fundamental living conditions, but the reconstruction of Szczecin s largely destroyed historical buildings began already during the early fifties: - The Castle of Pomeranian Dukes, - St. Jacobs Cathedral, different churches - The city halls, the Prussian Gates, the Maiden Tower. Today, Szczecin has 405,000 inhabitants again, and the city capital of the West-Pomeranian Region represents the gate to the Baltic Sea and the open door into the world. It is situated in front of the central European mainland on the mouth of one of Europe s most important rivers, the Odra River, stretching over 903 kilometres. The city covers a territory of 301 square kilometres - 42% of that constitute green areas, while 24% is covered by water. Serving a catchment s area of more than 120,000 square kilometres, Szczecin connects large parts of the European continent and functions as a bridge between nations and cultures to both the Baltic area and to Russia and Scandinavia Sightseeing tours To get a first and quick overview over Szczecin and see main attractions, you should follow a self guided tour, preferably on foot and in a fine weather. The route is market with a red-dashed line painted on the pavement. You will find the plan for your walk in Annex 3. If you own an iphone or a mobile phone with Android you may visit to get a free download of an official mobile city guide around Szczecin (VisitSzczecin). Application allows you to choose the right hotels, shows the nearest restaurant, café or club. It also shows museums, theatres, places of entertainment and recreation. You ll find most important 6

12 information quickly and easily. You ll check what s going on in the city and places worth seeing. Visit, discover, have fun! The application allows you to find various places in the city. The places are divided into 6 categories (gastronomy, culture, entertainment, sports, and accommodation). It also enables the user to check important information e.g. weather forecast or useful phone numbers - within just a few seconds. If you need more information, contact the Tourist Centre (Centrum Informacji Turystycznej) at Aleja Niepodległości 1, phone or Cultural and Tourist Information Centre (Centrum Informacji Kulturalnej i Turystycznej) at The Pomeranian Dukes Castle ul. Korsarzy 34, phone , The personnel are able to speak English and German, and they are waiting for your call. In case you want a town guide only for you or friends, contact PTTK (Polish Union for Tourism and Area Studies). This agency offers tours through the town, performed in different languages (German and Danish among others). A paid guided tour can be booked at the PTTK office in ul. Dworcowa 6 or by phone For more information visit 7

13 CHAPTER 3: LEGAL ASPECTS 3.1 Introduction The status of the foreign HQ MNC NE personnel is defined in the NATO Status of Forces Agreement (NATO SOFA), respectively in the Protocol on the Status of International Military Headquarters set up pursuant to the North Atlantic Treaty (PARIS PROTOCOL) and in the Convention on the Multinational Corps Northeast (CORPS CONVENTION). In principle, all HQ MNC NE personnel are obliged to respect the law of Poland. HQ MNC NE personnel are subject to Polish criminal jurisdiction. However, certain categories of personnel in specific circumstances are subject to their own state jurisdiction in accordance with the provisions of NATO SOFA. With respect to disciplinary offences, every HQ member is subject to his or her national regulations. HQ members and their dependants can also be sued in front of the Polish civil courts in case of contractual or other claims. (e.g. unpaid bills or compensation for damage in a road accident). 3.2 Entry and Departure Under the NATO-SOFA military personnel are exempted from passport and visa regulations; the same applies to members of civilian components. Regarding the military personnel, the following documents are required: - Personal identity card - Individual movement order Since movement orders are normally only issued for duty travel and not issued in Polish language, it is advisable to carry a passport at all times. Dependants are not exempted from passport and visa regulations. Notwithstanding that NATO SOFA allows the Sending State to grant a permit for their presence which shall be done by describing a member of a civilian component or a service dependant as such in their passports. Please make sure in advance that your personal documents (at least your passport) are valid for the period of your stay in Poland. In Poland it is recommended to carry your passport (ID-card is not sufficient) with you for identification purposes. After joining the European Union s Schengen Agreement by Poland, there is no physical border control on entering or leaving the country. However, there are thorough mobile customs controls in the border area. 8

14 3.3 Residency and Registration Military personnel and members of civilian components are exempted from the obligatory registration in Poland. This exemption does not apply to their dependants. In order to fulfil that obligation you should contact your National Support Element. After arrival all military personnel should report to the Personnel Branch, G-1 Division (building 2, room 202) for in-processing. They must forward a copy of the Personal Details Form (annex A to HQ MNC NE Staff Directive 40-3). Always carry your passport with you. 3.4 Insurance The insurance matter is probably one of the most important items to be considered when moving to Poland. Danish and German and other insurers very often exclude coverage for Poland. For this reason it is advisable to check one s own insurance contracts - and, should coverage for Poland be excluded, supplement the contracts or agree upon new contracts or get an Polish insurance. 3.5 Working in Poland Non-EU citizen is allowed to work in Poland only after obtaining a work permit, issued by the Voivode (Wojewoda) appropriate for the location of employer s seat. This requirement does not apply to foreigners holding residence permits, permits for tolerated stay, refugee status, or benefiting from temporary protection in Poland. On the basis of the principle of the free movement of people within the EU, the permit is not required form citizens of the European Union Member States and citizens of those states the EU signed agreements on the free movement of people with Unemployment Benefits for Dependants For this very important matter please refer to the National Support Elements and your national labour authorities - don t forget to do this well ahead of your posting to Szczecin. 3.6 Tax Privileges Granted by Poland HQ foreign personnel and their dependants are exempted from Value 9

15 Added Tax (VAT) and excise duty for goods and services purchased in Poland. Purchases outside Poland are tax exempted for goods only. This is a special privilege granted by Poland as the Host Nation (HN) on a voluntary basis. The exemption only applies in non- commercial quantities bought or used by the HQ foreign personnel or their dependants observing the restrictions described in SD The exemption is executed by VAT/excise duty reimbursement on request of the individual. Purchase invoices shall be submitted along with reimbursement requests. It is the responsibility of the respective HQ-member to request only the reimbursement for goods and services within the above mentioned limits. Any misuse of this privilege can lead to criminal prosecution by HN authorities and may constitute a disciplinary offence under the respective national regulations The use of the ORLEN FLOTA CARD for purchasing gasoline and diesel is subject to the same limitations and the amount of fuel per month is rationed. The card is valid at all ORLEN stations throughout the country. For more details contact your National Support Element. Note: In case cars or other vehicles are purchased in Poland VAT / excise duty will only be reimbursed to foreign personnel of the Headquarters. 3.7 Relief from import duties The following quantities of tax free goods for travelers are to be observed; Tobacco products: pieces of cigarettes or pieces of cigarillos or - 50 pieces of cigars or gram tobacco, Alcoholic beverages: - 1 litre spirits above 22 % alc. or - 2 litre alcohol with maximum 22 % alc. or - 4 litre non-foaming wine or - 16 litre beer, Coffee products: 500 grams of coffee, Fuel: Fuel in the tank plus maximum 10 litres in canister per vehicle. 10

16 3.8 Pets All pets must be vaccinated against rabies at least three weeks before they are taken to Poland. Dogs, cats and ferrets brought to or taken out of Poland must have valid passport. All pet owners must have an international vaccination card, which may be checked by the border authorities. Note: it is forbidden to bring into Poland pets that are under 3 months old. Furthermore, dogs owners in Poland are obliged to: - Supervise dogs in public places; keep the dog on a lead and in the muzzle in all public places (punishment foreseen for not observing the obligation: a reprimand or a fine up to PLN 250) - Remove dog waste from public places (punishment foreseen for not observing the obligation: a reprimand or a fine up to PLN 500) - In case of dogs which are considered aggressive, owners shall posses a permit issued by local authorities (ask for the list of dogs in your National Support Element or in legal branch). - Pay the yearly fee for possession of dogs. - Vaccinate dogs against rabies once a year. 3.9 Firearms Possession of private firearms in Poland is only allowed with permit issued by respective Polish police authorities. HQ foreign personnel do not enjoy any special status as far as firearms are concerned. However Polish law in the special way regulates import, transport and weapons possession by foreigners-citizens of EU. Import and transport of weapons by foreigners that are citizens of the EU member states can be done based on the entry in European Weapon Card issued by competent national authorities done by competent POL Council. This replaces weapons permit for the period of 30 days since weapons were imported. Possession of weapons and ammunition (but only hunting and sports weapons) by the citizens of the EU member states that have their residence in POL can also be done based on the respective entry in the European Weapon Card under condition that its possession is not forbidden in POL. In such case the individual shall inform the respective Police authorities (Wojewodzki Komendant Policji) within 14 days since weapon was imported to POL. Other weapons required issuing the weapons permit. 11

17 Note: Not fulfilling the obligations concerning weapons import, transport and possessing may be a subject to criminal responsibility and is treated as an offence in POL Importation of Private Vehicles Import and purchase of vehicles in the EU, owned by HQ MNC NE foreign personnel and their dependants in the quantity which does not indicate commercial use, with observation of the norm, that is 2 vehicles per individual over of 18 years of age, is exempted from the excise duty not more frequently than once every 3 years. It is possible to register new cars in Poland before bringing them into the country by using the EU Declaration of Conformity provided by the dealer. Papers needed to have a car registered: - Original papers on the car - Original VAT invoice (VAT faktura) - Original registration papers The National Support Elements will support you with the import and registration procedure (see 3.10). Note: Before buying or registering a car, please contact your National Support Element for most current information. For details see also SD No Vehicle Registration In accordance with Polish law, you have to register your vehicle in Poland within 30 days after arrival. Details of the registration procedure are laid down in the HQ Staff Directive Your National Support Element will inform you what kinds of documents are to be forwarded to obtain the car registration document and coordinate the procedure. Prior to the registration you will have to obtain a technical inspection certificate or present a valid EU Declaration of Conformity provided by the dealer for new cars. New cars registered for the first time are given technical inspection valid for 3 years, 3-year old cars - for 2 years, older than 5 years - for one year. At the expiration of the certificate, you have to obtain a new technical inspection (e.g. in one of the Vehicle Inspection garages listed in Annex 4) and have your registration prolonged. 12

18 According to the Polish law, cars registered in Poland must have Polish civil liability insurance. It is advisable to additionally purchase Casco Insurance and other accident insurances in your home countries due to certain limitations in coverage of Polish insurances. Contact your National Support Element for more details Driving Licence Your national driving license is valid in Poland. There is no need to change it Parking in Szczecin Please be aware that you are required to pay a fee for parking your car in the centre of Szczecin from Monday to Friday from 7.00 to hrs. There are currently two paid parking zones specified (see Annex 5) and various available ways of payment for parking. You may buy a parking ticket from the Municipal Guard staff or in the parking meters located along the streets. If you live in the city centre it might be more convenient for you to purchase monthly/quarterly/annual subscription valid for your zone or the whole centre. Another possibility is to get special card to be put on the front windscreen of your car (you may print it from the Internet website or get it in form of a label from the Office of the Paid Parking Zone located in al. Wojska Polskiego 63). The card may be charged from your mobile. To activate this system you have to send following message from your mobile phone to number 82002: A(space)licence plate number of your car, e.g. A ZS0010W After activating the service, you have to transfer money (any sum you decide) to the following bank account: mobiparking BRE Bank Warszawa, ul. Królewska In 2-3 days time, when the money is booked on this account you wiil receive sms with confirmation that the service is available. In practice it means that every time you stop your car within the paid parking zone (marked with special signs see Annex 5) you have to send sms with a special code (see table below) to the number and another sms with K in the text field when you leave the parking zone. The system will automatically calculate the fee and deduct it from your account. To check the status of your account you may send sms with D in the text field. 13

19 Zone Zone A Zone B Code SZCA SZCB The advantage of this system is that you only pay for the actual time of parking and are not worried, whether the parking ticket is still valid when you are sitting in a meeting or a dentist chair. The disadvantage, however, is an additional cost (for each sms there is a PLN 0.25 charge) and there is also possibility that if you forget to sent the final sms you will be charged for parking until 1700 hrs on that particular day. Important information for parents: If your children attend kindergarten/school located within the paid parking zone there is a possibility to get special watch label enabling you to park for free next to your kindergarten/school for 10 minutes when delivering to or picking your children up from the kindergarten/school. To get such watch label you have to obtain a special statement from you kindergarten/school and bring it together with the car registration card to the Office of the Paid Parking Zone. Fee for the label is PLN 10 and it is valid for the period of one school year (from 01 September to 21 August of the following year). There is no exemption for HQ MNC NE foreign personnel related to the parking fees. Fine for parking without payment within the paid parking zone is PLN 30, if you pay within 7 days from the date of unpaid parking and PLN 50 after that timeframe. Ask your National Support Element for more details related to that issue. 14

20 CHAPTER 4: HOUSING AND EDUCATION Newcomers Booklet 4.1 Housing Danish personnel live in accommodation rented by the Danish Government. Therefore Danish Support Element takes care of the matters mentioned in 4.1.1, and for Danish HQ members (except payment of phone bills - see 4.1.3). German personnel and their dependants will live in privately rented accommodations. The Federal Authority for Military Administration in Poland (located in Baltic Barracks - building no. 4) will assist German personnel with a housing list. Furthermore German personnel are free to contact an estate agent and find accommodation on their own. Personnel of other participating nations will be supported by Danish and German National Support Elements in all cases of rental and all other supply contracts, e.g. heating, electricity, security. Note: It is recommended to insure your household in your own country due to limitations in the coverage of the insurances offered in Poland Moving to Szczecin and back To arrange your movement to Szczecin please contact the removal haulers. Make sure to find a hauler that has experience in moving to Poland and knows the Polish customs authorities and who is competent concerning the legal consequences of your move (special regulations for Danish personnel - ask Danish National Support Element) Estate Agents in Szczecin The National Elements can provide a list of estate agents in Szczecin. For Danish personnel contact to estate agents is not allowed. The DNK NSE will provide houses Telecommunication Most of houses and accommodations, which are for rent, are already connected to the telephone network. If you use the formal way in order to get connected with the Polish telephone system, you have to fill in an application form which is available at the office of Orange (Aleja Wyzwolenia 70, first floor, room no. 328). It 15

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