Ministry of Human Resources, Indian officials discuss co-operation for recruitment of labourers

Sun 18-03-2018 20:45 PM

NEW DELHI, 18th March, 2018 (WAM) — A delegation from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation met its counterparts in the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs in India and discussed strengthening co-operation between the two friendly countries for hiring and recruiting labour forces and implementing a MoU between both countries in this regard, as well as a bilateral co-operation agreement in the field of domestic workers attached in the MoU.

Dr. Omar Alnuaimi, Assistant Under-Secretary for Communication and International Relations at the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, and head of the ministry’s delegation, which visited India recently, said the visit comes within the framework of the UAE’s efforts to develop the prospects of co-operation with the friendly Republic of India. The country is considered among the most prominent labour-exporting countries, and it contributes to continuing responsible dialogue and co-ordination between both countries to control and regulate the cycle of temporary contractual work in all its stages.

He pointed out that the meetings held between both sides asserted the keenness to complete the procedures for a project that seeks to electronically connect the systems of both embassies to regulate recruitment of contractual labourers from the Republic of India to the UAE. This is in implementation of the MoU signed between both sides, which stipulated presenting the recruitment requests through the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation’s web portal.

Alnuaimi added that there was a discussion on reducing the costs of recruiting domestic workers and activating co-operation between Tadbeer, a new network of recruitment centres, which will be launched soon, and the government employment agencies in the Republic of India to recruit domestic workers in the country.

WAM/Hassan Bashir/Tariq alfaham


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