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EU to implement project in Georgia to support labor relations

The presentation of the program of the International Labour Organization (ILO) will be held in the Tbilisi Marriott hotel in Georgia on Feb.2.

The program aims to support the labor relations and social dialogue in Georgia.

The project that has been financed by the European Union will be implemented by the ILO jointly with Georgian government, trade unions and employers’ organizations, Georgian Trade Unions Confederation said.

The event will be attended by the social partners: Minister of Labor, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia David Sergeenko, the chairman of the Trade Union Confederation Irakli Petriashvili, President of the Employers’ Association of Georgia Elguja Meladze, as well as the director of the ILO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Heinz Koller, representatives of the parliament, trade unions and employers’ organizations of Georgia, EU Delegation to Georgia and other international organizations, embassies, civil society and media.