Latvia and Ireland put heads together on migration issue

  • 2006-01-18
  • Baltic News Service
RIGA - Political scientists, sociologists and other experts are expected to gather for a conference in Riga on Jan. 20 to discuss the labor market issues facing Latvia and Ireland. Latvian Foreign Minister Artis Pabriks and his Irish counterpart, Dermot Ahern, are scheduled to deliver opening remarks at the conference, the Foreign Ministry reported. According to the Latvian foreign minister, after accession to the EU, Latvia and Ireland have both seen significant outflow of their labor force to other countries. "Currently, Irish citizens are returning to their homeland to keep on working f...
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