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Slovakia does not want workers from the Balkans: Most of them come from Serbia, we do not want to be like a suburb of Brussels

Slovak Prime Minister warns that Slovak car factories only announced that they will need 14.000 more qualified workers by the year 2020

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Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico announced that the government will take measures this year so Slovaks could profit from low unemployment, not the intermediary agencies, by importing workers from the Balkans or third world countries.

Vucic presented Serbia's priorities: Peace and stability in the region, economic progress, and EU membership (PHOTO)

- I don't want Slovakia to look like a suburb of Brussels in a few years - a lot of migrants from the developing country - wrote Fico on his Facebook profile.

Slovak Prime Minister warns that Slovak car factories only announced that they will need 14.000 more qualified workers by the year 2020. 

- I am decisively against the foreign intermediary agencies making profit importing the workforce from Balcans and third countries. Our politics must be based on the principle that, first of all, the Slovakians have a job and so they can improve their standard - the prime minister wrote.

The measures that Fico's government plans to introduce this year are a pressure on the economy to increase wages and a ban on "dumping" - that intermediary agencies and factories employing foreigners, above all Ukrainians and Serbs, for lower salaries and in worse conditions than the Slovaks.

Printskrin: Facebook / Robert Fico

Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Jan Richter stated two days ago that there are the most Serbs  - last year 12.259 workers, while there were 4.626 Ukranian workers in Slovakia.

Last year, the number of Serbian workers in Slovak factories increased by 6,800.

The new Slovakian regulations that forbid the entrepreneurs and intermediary agencies to pay less to foreign workers and to give them fewer work rights and worse conditions in comparison to Slovaks will take place this year - announced the Prime Minister.

Foto: Profimedia/Sputnik

There are 49,478 foreign workers in Slovakia, of whom 27,726 are citizens of the European Union and 21,752 are citizens of "third world countries". 8.900 people are working in Slovakia who own the work permit, Richter said. 

(Telegraf.co.uk)

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