Qatar, Oct 30:
Qatar, one of the favoured destinations for Nepali workers, is to open its office in Nepal for the skills development of Nepali workers wishing to go to Qatar for employment. The Office will be providing various skills-oriented training for the unskilled workers.
The Office will also be used to provide integrated service including selection of Nepali workers, health examination and insurance, among others.
A discussion in this regard was held between visiting Foreign Minister Pradip Kumar Gyawali and Minister for Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs of Qatar Issa Bin Saad Al Jafali Al Nuaimi here today.
According to Minister Gyawali, he expressed special and serious concern about resolving the problems facing Nepali workers, who are in large numbers in Qatar to which the Qatari Minister responded positive in addressing the matter.
The matter concerning the security and well-being of Nepali workers also featured during the discussion held earlier today between the Heads of State of Nepal and Qatar, Minister Gyawali shared. Minister Gyawali is part of the delegation led by President Bidya Devi Bhandari, who is on a four-day official visit of Qatar starting on Monday.
Currently, more than four hundred thousand Nepali workers are working in different sectors in Qatar. (RSS)
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