KUWAIT, Oct 6 (KUNA) — The Kuwaiti Public Authority for Manpower declared on Sunday that 71 female expatriates have been hosted by the house for hosting expatriate workers in preparation for sending them back home.
The authority official spokesperson, Asseel Al-Mazyad, said in a statement to KUNA that the workers had been placed at the house for settling their status and ensuring their return to the countries.
This measure is line with Kuwait’s compliance with the international laws that prohibit human trade, immigrants’ smuggling and according to other relevant treaties as well as out of its advocacy of laborers’ rights as a basic component of human rights.
The accommodation center coordinates with the ministry of interior affairs and diplomatic missions to facilitate travel measures and shorten the period of waiting for departure.
The authority is playing this role due to its robust keenness on rights of the human beings, namely the workers, and in implementation of international labor rules.