Kuwait enhances efforts in attracting skilled workers to Kuwait for economic growth

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Marzouq Al-Otaibi, (right), the Acting Director General of the the Public Authority for Manpower with Ambassador of Bangladesh to Kuwait Major General M.D. Ashiq Al-Zaman

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 11: The Public Authority for Manpower has affirmed its commitment to the ongoing development of processes aimed at attracting skilled workers to Kuwait. This initiative, according to the authority, is designed to contribute to the overall development and economic interests of the State of Kuwait, while simultaneously benefiting the incoming workers and their countries of origin.

Marzouq Al-Otaibi, the Acting Director General of the Authority, made these statements during a press briefing held today, where he welcomed the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Major General M.D. Ashiq Al-Zaman, and his accompanying delegation.

Al-Otaibi highlighted the attractiveness of the Kuwaiti labor market for workers possessing the specialized skills needed to meet the demands of various sectors. He emphasized the pivotal role played by the Authority in ensuring legal protection and fostering an appropriate work environment that safeguards the rights of all workers, including those from Bangladesh.

During the meeting, both parties expressed their commitment to collaborative efforts concerning Bangladeshi workers. Al-Otaibi commended the enduring and robust historical relations between Kuwait and Bangladesh, underscoring the mutual desire to preserve and strengthen this diplomatic friendship.

Ambassador Ashiq Al-Zaman conveyed his gratitude to the State of Kuwait and the Public Authority for Manpower for their dedicated efforts in addressing the concerns of Bangladeshi workers in Kuwait. He reiterated Bangladesh’s ongoing commitment to enhancing bilateral relations for the benefit of both nations.

The discussions delved into the mechanisms for cooperation between the two nations regarding the recruitment and employment of Bangladeshi workers in Kuwait. Additionally, various issues affecting Bangladeshi workers were addressed, with a concerted effort to find solutions to the challenges they may encounter in their work environments. The meeting concluded with a shared commitment to fostering ongoing collaboration to meet the interests of all parties involved.

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