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September 28, 2020

Dutch accord: Restrictions for Romanian workers to be lifted in 2014

Maintaining labour market restrictions for Romanian and Bulgarian workers until 2014 is among the main points the Dutch Liberal and Labour parties included in their government coalition agreement, the DutchNews.nl website informs, being quoted by Mediafax. The agreement, whose content was not officially revealed but parts of it were published in the press, will be presented to the two parties’ parliamentary groups. The agreement includes mostly austerity measures that will total EUR 15 bln by 2017, according to the local press. When it comes to immigration and integration, the agreement stipulates, among others, the need to live for seven years in the Netherlands.

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