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December 4, 2021

Helpline for Romanian workers in Spain to be inaugurated in two weeks

The Government decided to set up a helpline to provide Romanian workers in Spain and Romanian citizens in general information regarding recently-adopted restrictions on the Spanish labour market. According to Labour Minister Sebastian Lazaroiu, the helpline will start working in maximum two weeks’ time. The decision was made by a memorandum adopted in the Cabinet’s Wednesday meeting, after the Spanish authorities announced they would reintroduce restrictions applied before January 1, 2009, concerning Romanian workers.

Lazaroiu further announced that a joint work-group had been set up, at the level of the Romanian and Spanish Labour Ministries and any problems would be forwarded to this work group to seek a solution.

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