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Center of Mobility for Migrants to Be Opened in Georgia2011-05-13 17:55
Today the Center of Mobility for migrants returning to Georgia was opened in Georgia. According to the Business Georgia, it was opened by the Ministry of Refugees and Resettlement Issues. It was opened by the Head of the office Koba Subeliani and by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic Karl Schwartzenberg. The project target is to ensure the return and reintegration of illegal migrants from Georgia who returned to their home country, they noted at the opening ceremony. The project should also contribute to the development of a Georgian migration policy and the creation of the relevant legal framework.
The project is financed by the European Union and is performed by the Foreign Office of the Czech Republic jointly with some EU countries.
It will provide some consulting services to migrants on the matters of employment, professional retraining, medical aid and search for temporary accomodation.
Georgia and the Czech Republic have also signed a memorandum on co-operation and support of the Mobility Center. The head of the EU mission in Georgia Filipp Dimitrov, the Czech Ambassador in Georgia Ivan Estrab and some other official people participated in the document signing ceremony.