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Qatar promises to recruit workers from Bangladesh Bangla Express | Bangla Express

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Qatar promised to recruit workers from Bangladesh

The Qatari government has promised to hire staff from Bangladesh in the security, hospitality and transport sectors for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. In addition, the country has expressed interest in recruiting more workers from Bangladesh in the construction and service sectors in the aftermath of the World Cup.

The assurance was given during a formal meeting between Qatar’s Minister for Expatriate Welfare and Overseas Employment Imran Ahmed and Labor Minister Ali bin Samikh Al Marri in Doha on Wednesday.

According to a press release issued by the Bangladesh Embassy in Qatar, the two countries discussed in detail the organization of the World Cup-2022 and the recruitment of personnel from Bangladesh in the post-World Cup period.

Speaking on the occasion, Minister for Expatriate Welfare Imran Ahmed said, “Bangladesh is happy to host the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and is ready to extend any kind of cooperation for the successful organization of the World Cup.”

Qatar’s Labor Minister mentioned the demand surrounding the World Cup and assured the recruitment of Bangladeshi workers.

The Qatari Minister of Labor praised the efficiency of Bangladeshi workers and stressed the need for workers to abide by Qatari law.

The meeting was followed by a meeting of the Sixth Joint Committee between Bangladesh and Qatar in Dhaka and fruitful discussions on the visit of Qatari investment and Qatari business delegation to Bangladesh in the Special Economic Zone of Bangladesh.

Attended the meeting – Senior Secretary to the Prime Minister’s Office. Tofazzal Hossain Mia, Under Secretary of the Ministry of Labor of Qatar Hassan Al Obaidi, Ambassador of Bangladesh. Jasim Uddin

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