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To review a number of labor issues and ways of cooperation between the two countries Deputy Minister of Labor receives Iraqi and Sri Lankan ambassadors

Publication date: 21 September 2022 - 25 Safar 1444
لاستعراض عدد من القضايا العمالية وسبل التعاون بين البلدين نائب وزير العمل يستقبل السفيرين العراقي والسيرلانكي

His Excellency Dr. Abdullah Abul-Atein, Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Development for the Labor Sector received in his office the Ambassador of the Republic of Iraq to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Mr. Qahtan Taha Khalaf and the accompanying delegation. The two sides highlighted the depth of bilateral and historical relations between the two brotherly countries. He also spoke about the most prominent programs and initiatives adopted by the ministry in order to develop labor systems. He also reviewed the state of economic growth witnessed by the Kingdom in the light of the 2030 vision. the work. During the meeting, they discussed the views on many labor issues and means of enhancing cooperation between the two countries and exchanging experiences in the field of labor and social affairs. The Ambassador of the Republic of Sri Lanka to the Kingdom Mr. Azmi Tasem and the delegation accompanying him. During the meeting, they discussed several issues related to the labor sector and the most important areas of cooperation. They discussed many issues of common interest between the two countries, stressing the importance of coordination between the two sides to achieve more constructive cooperation between the two countries in the field of labor and labor. He explained d. The two meetings are part of the ministry's efforts to communicate with the ambassadors of countries and review obstacles facing them in order to find ways and solutions to facilitate their citizens and raise awareness of the rules and regulations in the Kingdom. The two meetings witnessed the attendance of the Undersecretary of the Ministry for Customer Service and Labor Relations, Mr. Abdulmajid Al-Rashoudi, in addition to a number of Ministry officials and employees.

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