The Navarre government has announced a € 50,000 Brexit bond to help businesses
he is Government of Navarre Work continues to “guarantee the rights of Navarre citizens residing in the United Kingdom and Navarre companies that do business with this country” following an agreement Brixi. This was stated yesterday by Minister of Citizen Relations Anna Oulu. Announce a new bonus package Brixi For companies in the amount of 50,000 euros.
In the meeting, which was attended by the Director General of Foreign Action, Mikel Irojo, and the Director General of Business Policy, International Projection and Labor, Isascon Güney, Oulu emphasized that the agreement is “disastrous in terms of citizenship rights, especially in mobility.”
In this regard, as of January 1, the free movement of people no longer exists. The agreement includes the term visa for any stay longer than 90 days. Even short-term stays are subject to London not imposing any restrictions on citizens of any European Union country. Navarre citizens residing in the United Kingdom until 30 June 2021 have to register for European Union Settlement Scheme.
Regarding health care, to travel as a tourist you must use the new European Health Card. If the residence is for work or study, citizens of Navarre must pay the health tax to the British Health System. Moreover, there is no automatic recognition of professional qualifications, so the qualifications of physicians, nurses, dentists, pharmacy personnel, veterinarians, engineering and architectural professionals must be recognized in every Member State wishing to practice. The UK has been excluded from the Erasmus program. “The agreement was seen as a relief tool and a tool for favoring trade in Navarra companies under the same conditions as before,” Goony said BrixiNew bonus package BrixiAwarded in the amount of € 50,000, it will be available so that companies can bear the expenses of consulting in order to make a diagnosis on the impact of the agreement.
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