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Georgian migrants run away from Spain2010-07-06 19:00
Georgian labour migrants are under threat of unemployment - Business Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The media cites to the data of the Ministry for Diaspora Issues of Georgia, stating that most of the 30 000 Georgians, departed for Spain to work, reside there illegally. They mostly work in building industry.
Yet the building boom the country had lasted for many years but now faded, and official Madrid toughened the migration regime. That's why these illegal migrants now face the real threat of losing job, as local companies will rather prefer to sack them than break the law.
According to the deputy Minister Nika Avaliani, most part of Georgian migrants is leaving to search for job in other states, including Portugal, and some return to Georgia.