Job opportunities being created for Pakistanis in UAE: Zulfi Bukhari

SAPM Sayed Zulfikar Bukhari meets with Nasser bin Thani Al Hamli Minister of Human Resources & Emiratisation,UAE

Syed Zulfiqar Bukhari, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, has assured that many jobs are being created for Pakistanis in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). 36,000 Pakistanis were evacuated, especially after the epidemic. In the Gulf country from January this year.

SAPM left for the UAE yesterday to address the plight of Pakistani expatriates stranded abroad due to the corona virus.

In an interview with UAE Human Resources and Emirati Affairs Minister Nasir bin Tani Zuma al-Hamli, the prime minister’s aide said 30 percent of Pakistanis who are experts in the Arab world have recently found additional jobs.

The UAE government is creating more jobs in Pakistan to accommodate skilled workers and the working class, ”he said.

Referring to other government programs to facilitate expatriate Pakistanis, the Prime Minister’s Aide said that the current government has taken a one-time exemption, passport holders can register for the Ehsas program and passport holders are not eligible to apply for the Ehsas program. Granted.

As the Prime Minister’s Special Adviser on Poverty Alleviation and Social Protection to facilitate the working class in our country. We talked to Sania Nishtar, ”he added.

Bukhari said the government was also working to reorganize foreign Pakistanis after they were repatriated from foreign countries.

“The two dignitaries agreed to enhance inter-ministerial coordination by discussing ways to safely repatriate Pakistani manpower from the UAE,” the Pakistani Foreign Ministry and the Ministry of Human Resource Development said in a statement.

Nasir bin Tani expressed his determination to enhance bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries. He assured the SIPM that the UAE government would provide jobs to Pakistani workers and protect their rights.

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