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Romanians hired by Czech company asked Embassy in Prague for help after not receiving pay

de V.M. transl/adapt. C.B.
Luni, 24 mai 2010, 12:05 English | Regional Europe

A group of Romanians who have been hired by a Czech construction company have asked for the support of the Romanian Embassy in Prague, complaining about not receiving their incomes. The diplomat representatives are to mediate a meeting between the Romanian workers and the representatives of the company on Tuesday, Romanian news agency Mediafax informs.

Romanian Foreign Affairs Office (MAE) informed that the embassy in Prague knows about the case of a group of approximately 40 Romanians, who have come to The Czech Republic for work and said it was in contact with the group. According to MAE, Embassy representatives are to meet with both parties, namely with the Romanian workers and the Czech employer, to mediate a solution to the situation.

The Romanian workers accuse the employer for not wanting to pay for their work. On the other hand, the construction company's reps claim that the Romanian workers have not fulfilled the duties included in their contract.  

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