The Pan-European Trade Union Steering Committee met to discuss about the important issues and new challenges created by the pandemic
21 / 10 / 2020
Discussions focused on EU enlargement, including neighborhood policy and targeted capacity building assistance for Georgia, as well as Moldova and Ukraine.
At the request of Irakli Petriashvili, successful cooperation with the EU will also be defined and the criteria will be: minimum wage, number of collective agreements in the country and determination of the quality of social partnership, which was unanimously supported by the Executive Committee of the Pan-European Trade Unions.
In addition, the situations of individual countries and the facts of human and trade union rights violations in Belarus, Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan were discussed.
The annual report of the Pan-European Trade Unions, the 2020 work plan, the reports of the Women and Youth Committees and other issues were heard at the meeting.