The United Arab Emirates –UAE has made a big offer to Pakistan for giving access to its labour markets’ database, which would help in boosting the export of the workforce from Pakistan to the UAE.
The offer was given by the Human Resources and Emiratisation minster—MOHRE—Nasser bin Thani Al Hameli during a meeting with the special assistant to the PM on Overseas Pakistan and HR Development—Syed Zulfikar Abbas Bukhari on the side-lines of the 5th ministerial session of Abu Dhabi Dialogue as per an official press release.
The measure would provide Pakistan with the up-dated latest information regarding the job opportunities in the labour market of the UAE, other than providing it to offer training to the workforce as per the market demand.
Bukhari informed his counterpart that Pakistan wants to integrate a digital platform with the United Arab Emirates for assuring the fair and transparent recruitment process, besides minimizing the cost. The country was prepared to connect its digital platform with the UAE.
Both sides also made an agreement for activating the joint committee, which was formed for the implementation of the MoU recently signed for making sure of the protection of Pakistani workers’ rights and for resolving their lawful job disputes in the Emirates.
A plan was decided to form a 3-year plan for the hiring of the Pakistani workforce.
The special assistant said that the incumbent government of Pakistan stood with its promise of offering respectable jobs to the youth at the local and international level, adding that the economy of the country was heading in the right direction under the leadership of the PM Khan.
The Overseas Ministry has been encouraging relations with the brotherly nations for stabilizing the economy of the country by sending more and more workforce abroad.