KUDLO, DMW discuss domestic labor recruitment issue

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KUWAIT CITY, Feb 3: A delegation from Kuwait Union of Domestic Labor Offices (KUDLO) recently visited the Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) headquarters at the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) in the Philippines, during which they discussed the domestic labor recruitment issue with Officerin- Charge (OIC) of DMW Hans Leo Cacdac, reports Al-Anba daily. The KUDLO delegation consisted of advisor of the Union Abdulaziz Al-Ali, Secretary Ali Shamoh and Khaled Al-Qallaf.
This is in response to the invitation of the Philippine Federation to accompany them to visit the DMW headquarters.

During the meeting, Cacdac discussed the results of the latest discussions regarding the process of recruiting domestic workers. He praised the efforts exerted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) in Kuwait, affirming that the discussions and meetings between the two parties yielded positive results. He stated that efforts are currently focused on finalizing the memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Kuwait and the Philippines to reach the optimal solution for the domestic labor recruitment issue.

The meeting lasted for about three hours. Cacdac praised the cooperation between the Kuwaiti and Philippine federations, the good relationship between the two parties, and their efforts to solve urgent problems and assist the two countries in easing the domestic labor recruitment process. Meanwhile, KUDLO Advisor Abdulaziz Al-Ali explained that the visit aims to facilitate the process of bringing domestic workers to Kuwait, primarily to serve the interest of the Kuwaiti citizen. He hinted on the possibility of accelerating the recruitment process, especially since the holy month of Ramadan is fast approaching. The meeting ended with both sides affirming the strength of relations between the two countries. Based on the joint efforts of the two countries, the MoU is expected to be finalized in the near future to address all issues related to the recruitment of domestic workers.

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