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VI St. Petersburg International Labour Forum
On 16 March 2022, the Tauride Palace hosted the international conference "Migration Processes: Features of Migration Policy at the Present Stage", organized by the Interparliamentary Assembly of the CIS Member States as part of the VI St. Petersburg International Labour Forum. Traditionally, IOM Moscow Chief of Mission, Abdusattor Esoev, took part in the conference on behalf of the International Organization for Migration.
The focus of the plenary session of the conference was the development of skilled labour migration, organized recruitment, the formation of an infrastructure for vocational training, the correspondence of professions and qualifications of migrant workers to the requirements of the labour market. The experts also presented reports on the use of digital platforms for organizational and legal support of participants in organized labour migration.
Abdusattor Esoev, IOM Moscow Chief of Mission, recognized the conference as “an excellent platform for an honest and open exchange of views on the most pressing issues in the field of migration,” and the organized recruitment of migrant workers is one of the most relevant areas of modern migration policy.
Abdusattor Esoev shared with colleagues the experience of IOM Moscow in developing this key area and offered support to all stakeholders in the field of organized recruitment and digitalization in the field of labour migration.
Dmitry Kobitsky, Secretary General of the IPA CIS Council, highly appreciated the long-standing partnership relations between the IPA CIS and IOM Office and presented Abdusattor Esoev with a certificate of honor for his contribution to the development and convergence of the legislations of the Member Nations of the Commonwealth of Independent States and long-term fruitful cooperation with the Secretariat of the IPA CIS Council.