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27 February 2015 | 13:01
Enrico Nunziata: Wave of migration from Moldova to Italy stopped
The wave of migration from Moldova to Italy, which was recorded in previous years, stopped. It is not about an increase in migratory flows, but increasing opportunities in various segments, said the Italian Ambassador to the Republic of Moldova Enrico Nunziata in an interview for Radio Moldova.
According to the Italian official, over 147 thousand Moldovan citizens with legal documents live in Italy, but their number could be double, if we consider the mdoldovans with double citizenship and those who are registered with Romanian acts in Italy.
 
"Agreements in migration sector established mechanisms for legal migration, which is the only way to get a work permit in Italy. Moreover, to get a work visa in Italy, it is necessary to participate in one of the trainings organized in Moldova by the Italian Ministry of Labor,  the Ministry of Labor from Chisinau and with specialized professional training institutions", said the ambassador.
 
Enrico Nunziata pointed out that the visa liberalization did not  lead to a higher number of immigrants, but it boosted relations between Moldovan and EU citizens and vice versa, especially in business, culture or  among citizens. "We can not therefore speak of an increase in migratory flows, there are more business opportunities", said the diplomat.
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