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Uzbekistan and Germany are currently in talks to establish a mutually beneficial migration agreement. media reports. The main objective of the document is to make it easier for Uzbek migrants to find employment opportunities in Germany while also promoting education and labor migration possibilities for Uzbek students and workers.

Germany is particularly interested in attracting highly skilled migrants from Uzbekistan and establishing new collaborations in areas of common interest.

The proposed migration partnership is expected to boost economic and cultural exchange between both nations.

The Uzbek Embassy in Berlin has observed a steady increase in the number of Uzbek citizens employed in Germany, with roughly 300 people finding work in the past year, many of whom were employed under the dual education system. This system combines vocational training with professional work.

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