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A special invitation for the Georgians2010-02-16 18:13
The European Union got tired of struggling with the illegal Georgian migration and decided to legalize it by limiting the migration to a certain time frame. In autumn, after a number of protest actions in Polish migration camps, the Partnership for Mobility declaration was signed between Georgia and EU. Today, the program items will be discussed in Tbilisi, where the European delegation has already arrived.
The Georgian authorities are happy to show the people that Europe did not give up supporting them. After the demonstrative exclusion of the illegal aliens from the Polish refugees' camps Brussels started to actively work on the Partnership for Mobility program; the relevant declaration on the program was signed by Tbilisi and EU at the end of November.
Today, the European delegation is going to discuss the program implementation plan, including the events and the administrations that are located in various countries and are responsible for the program realization.
Partnership for Mobility is aimed at bringing the uncontrolled migration back onto the legal track. The Europeans suggest replacing the migration with the Georgians' temporary stay in Europe. Circular migration will allow the citizens of Georgia to work, study and attend trainings legally within 4-6 years in the European Union countries. After that, they will have to return home.
As was underlined by the Georgian officials, cooperation within the program goes closely along with the liberalization of the visa regime. It means that the access to Europe will be opened but the migrants will be taken under severe control.
Georgia is very proud of becoming the second country among the post-Soviet states which EU offered a program like that.
The first one was Moldova in 2008. As was stated then by French spokesman Jean-Christophe Peaucelle, migration is a challenge to be settled at a global level.
Thus, Europe is trying to put the migration process in order and regulate the amount of the migrant workers in order to protect the citizens during the crisis period. The program is also expected to help struggling with the illegal migrants trafficking.
At the same time, EU is providing the partner-country with the funds to be spent on social protection to those who work abroad, on the documents security and on the border control.