Mai mare|Mai mic

Iceland plans restrictions for Romanian, Bulgarian workers

Miercuri, 8 noiembrie 2006, 0:00

Despite being a non-EU country, Iceland plans to restrict the access of Romanian and Bulgarian workers on its market until January 1, 2009, according to Iceland Review Online. Authorities in the country plan to apply a transitional period for the free movement of labour for Romanian and Bulgarian workers, Social Services minister Magnus Stefansson was quoted as saying.

That means starting January 1, 2007, when the two countries join the EU, workers from Romania and Bulgaria would need permits in order to work in Iceland.

While it is not a EU member state, Iceland belongs to the European Economic Area and to the Schengen pact.

Citește pe Știrile ProTV

VIDEO „Mașina viitorului”, lansată de producătorul rus Kalașnikov. Va atinge 100 de km în șase secunde 

Producătorul rus de armanent Kalaşnikov se lansează pe piaţa auto şi vrea să rivalizeze cu Tesla.

40 vizualizari


Agenţii de ştiri

Siteul foloseste cookie-uri. Cookie-urile ne ajută să imbunatatim serviciile noastre. Mai multe detalii, aici.
hosted by
powered by
developed by
mobile version