With the support of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the labor migration project is underway with Poland, where about 30 citizens of Georgia have been already employed. At the same time, negotiations are underway with the Polish Party on signing a bilateral agreement in this field. This information was released by the Foreign Ministry.
In August 2018, as part of her visit to Georgia, German Chancellor Angela Merkel noted that Germany would allocate labor quotas for Georgia for providing legal mechanisms for employment. Georgia continues negotiating process on the issue with Germany.
The same process continues with Israel, Portugal, Greece, and Bulgaria.
According to the Foreign Ministry, intensification of temporary circular/labor migration process will lower unemployment level in the country, upgrade the workforce qualification, ensure the protection of labor migrants abroad and reduce risks related to illegal migration.
As reported, Georgian citizens can already get legal jobs in France.