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KUWAIT CITY, June 16: Bangladeshi Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr Abul-Kalam Abdul-Momen urged Kuwait to hire more Bangladeshi medical staff, especially in the fields of nursing and technical jobs, reports Al- Rai daily. According to Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS) – the national news agency, Abdul-Momen made the invitation when he met Kuwaiti Ambassador Adel Muhammad Hayat at the end of the latter’s tenure in Bangladesh.
In addition to expressing his hope that Kuwait will recruit more Bangladeshi specialists in the field of medicine, he asked Ambassador Hayat to convey his gratitude to the Government of Kuwait for providing free vaccines and medicines to Bangladeshi residents during the Covid- 19 pandemic; as well as the humanitarian aid granted to the Rohingya refugees in his country. Meanwhile, the State Audit Bureau (SAB) has forwarded its annual report for fiscal 2021/2022 to the Ministry of Education; highlighting a number of violations related to examination control and audit work, reports Al-Rai daily