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KUWAIT CITY, Feb 3: The Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) discussed on Thursday, with Indian Ambassador to Kuwait HE Sibi George and his accompanying delegation, ways of cooperation in the field of recruitment and employment of Indian workers to the country, in addition to providing them with legal protection. In a press statement on the sidelines of the meeting, Director General of the Authority, Ahmad Al-Mousa, said that the labor market in the State of Kuwait attracts skilled workers to serve the labor needs. Al-Mousa added that the authority is making every effort to develop the process of bringing in skilled workers to serve the development and economic interests of the State of Kuwait and benefit everyone. He stressed the primary role of the authority in providing legal protection and ensuring an appropriate work environment that guarantees all workers their rights, including in the private and domestic sectors.
He praised the distinguished historical relations that bind the two countries in all fields, pointing to the authority’s keenness to support and strengthen these good relations. For his part, Ambassador George, in a similar statement, expressed his gratitude and thanks to the State of Kuwait for the efforts and developments he witnessed in the ways of cooperation, stressing his quest to enhance this cooperation in the field of manpower between the two countries.
Meanwhile, the Indian ambassador to Kuwait, Sibi George, revealed there are 250 Indian prisoners in Kuwait, who will soon be transferred to India, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily quoting the ambassador said a memorandum of understanding was signed between the two countries about the exchange and transfer of prisoners some time ago and added, the names of those prisoners who will be deported has been completed and sent to the Indian authorities to help these prisoners complete their sentences in home country. He praised the fruitful meeting he had with the Kuwaiti Attorney- General, Counselor Dirar Al-Asousi, where they discussed the issue of transferring convicted prisoners, and other issues related to the Indian community in Kuwait. (KUNA)