Jawad Sohrab Malik, Special Assistant to the Caretaker Prime Minister for Overseas Pakistanis in Saudi Arabia, gave a press conference.

by: TN Media News Riyadh:
In which agreements have been concluded with several Saudi human resource companies regarding increasing the number of Pakistani workers.

During a press conference at the Embassy of Pakistan in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Jawad Sohrab Malik, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Overseas Pakistanis, said that Saudi Arabia is a big country for Pakistani labor, which has many human resource companies to increase the number of Pakistani labor.

An MoU has been signed and the Saudi Ministry of Manpower has also assured that the number of Pakistani workers will be increased in ongoing development projects across Saudi Arabia.

Jawad Sohrab Malik further said that steps should be taken to make people skilled through government and non-government vocational training institutes in Pakistan so that our workers can get better employment abroad.

Other important issues will also be resolved soon and the caretaker government is trying to resolve the issues of overseas on priority basis.

Welfare Attache Sohail Babar Waraich, Rana Muhammad Masoom and Najam Saqib were also present in the press conference.


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