The first flow of Georgian job seekers, 20 people, will depart for Germany on April 14, Giorgi Bunturi, Head of the Migration Affairs Department of Ministry of IDPs, Labor, Health and Social Affairs told the Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB).
According to Bunturi, about 98 000 people are registered to be legally employed in agrarian sector in Germany.
At the same time, Georgia is leading negotiations with Israel and France to secure legal jobs for Georgian citizens.
Approximately one thousand Georgian citizens will be able to get a legal job as home-care personnel with a one-year term in Israel. There is a demand on qualified specialists in France in hospitality, hotel and construction sectors.