Georgian, French Interior Ministers sign agreement on circular migration between two countries
Tbilisi, Georgia, Nov. 12
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend: Interior Ministers of Georgia and France signed an agreement in Paris on circular migration between the two countries, Georgian Interior Ministry told Trend on Nov. 12.
The Interior Ministry said the signing of the agreement took place as part of the meeting of the Interior Minister Irakli Garibashvili with his French counterpart Manuel Valls.
The sides noted that the agreement will help to legal migration and provide additional employment opportunities for Georgian migrants in France. The Georgian and French Interior Ministers also discussed bilateral cooperation and prospects of its development.
The meeting of the Georgian Interior Minister with the French Minister Delegate for European Affairs, Thierry Repentin is also planned to be held as part of the visit.
The sides will discuss the commitments undertaken by Georgia within the framework agreement on cooperation with the European Union. The meeting will also discuss plans for the future, as well as the situation in the Georgia's occupied territories.