Dimovski: Slovenia to Work for Rapid Liberalisation of EU Labour Market
Ljubljana, 21 January - Slovenia will try to work out bilateral agreements with individual EU member states in a bid to shorten transitional periods for the protection of labour markets of incumbent EU members, Minister of Labour, Family and Social Affairs Vlado Dimovski told STA on Wednesday in face of the fact that only Ireland and the UK of the incumbent EU members will fully open their labour markets for citizens of the newcomers, while seven members refuse to do so and six have not formed their position on the issue.
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