Uzbekistan and Germany discuss prospects of expanding cooperation in the field of labour migration
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An article on the prospects for Uzbek-German cooperation in the field of labor migration was published on the websites of the German regional newspapers "Schwarzwälder Bote" ("Black Forest Bulletin") and "Stimme" ("Voice"), reports a correspondent of the "Dunyo" information agency.
It is reported that a representative delegation of Uzbekistan recently visited the federal state of Baden-Württemberg and the Heilbronn-Hohenlohe region. The delegation also included representatives of the Ministry of Employment and Poverty Reduction of the republic.
The purpose of the trip is to discuss issues of cooperation in the field of labor migration, in particular, the employment of Uzbek specialists in regions of Germany where there is a shortage of qualified personnel. Thus, the first contacts have been established with the Central Asian country for interaction in this direction, newspapers write.
Managing Director of the Munich educational company "CBZ München GmbH" Frank Kohler believes that active assistance from the state in the field of employment of Uzbek specialists is a great advantage and difference from previous exchange programs with Germany.
Uzbek specialists receive both linguistic and material preparation for their activities in Germany, since the language barrier is usually a big obstacle, says Frank Kohler. At the same time, the company "CBZ München GmbH" guarantees compliance with the required level of language proficiency and the corresponding diplomas, as well as the professional skills of candidates.
It is also reported that an educational fair for companies from the Heilbronn-Hohenlohe region should be held in Tashkent in March 2024. According to Frank Kohler, already in November of this year it is planned to launch two language courses for 25 participants in Uzbekistan.
In the context of labor migration, common ground for interaction exists in areas such as nursing, care, tourism, hotel business, viticulture and other areas, German newspapers write.
TASHKENT, September 26. /IA "Dunyo"/.