''We are working on the EU to recognize [Georgian] certificates and diplomas,'' Georgian Economic Minister Natia Turnava said.
She also added that Georgia will prepare competitive professionals.
She said the most considerable part of the Georgian population supports the Euro-Atlantic path.
Economic Minister Turnava stated the government is now working on to provide the Georgian people with 'honorable' employment inside and outside the country.
''We should implement the rights granted under the Association Agreement with the EU,'' she said.
Turnava primarily focused on the educational sector reform and vocational education in particular.
According to her, meetings with representatives of different industries showed that a lack of qualified staff is a critical problem.