Ukraine’s Government ready to negotiate with European countries on employment of seasonal workers

Ukraine’s Government ready to negotiate with European countries on employment of seasonal workers

The Cabinet of Ministers is ready to hold talks with European countries on the official employment of Ukrainian seasonal workers.

Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal posted on Telegram following his meeting with Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine Matti Maasikas and US Chargé d'Affaires in Ukraine Kristina Kvien.

"The Government is ready to negotiate with European countries that will express their desire to formally invite Ukrainian workers for seasonal works,"

At the same time, the Prime Minister stressed that an important prerequisite was legal employment for a period of three months with all social guarantees and proper working conditions of Ukrainians.

According to him, this process will be supervised by the Government Office for Coordination of European and Euro-Atlantic Integration.

At the same time, Shmyhal noted that the Government had not received official requests from countries other than Finland.

As reported, on April 23, about two hundred Ukrainian citizens left for Finland for seasonal works by a charter flight. The flight was organized at the request of Finnish farmers.


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