The federal government of Pakistan has started fulfilling its promise for providing employment to Pakistani nationals in foreign countries as the first batch of 221 health professionals will depart for Kuwait after 10 years.
A batch of 221 health professionals including doctors, nurses and technicians will depart for Kuwait from Pakistan tomorrow as the country will provide services of a total of 600 medical workers to the Gulf country.
The 2nd batch will be comprised of 200 more health professionals following an agreement signed between Pakistan and Kuwait in July.
Zulfiqar Bukhari, Special Assitant to Prime Minister on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development, has met Kuwait Ambassador to Pakistan Abdul Rahman.
The SAPM Zulfiqar Bukhari, During a virtual address to the health professionals, termed it a historical moment for Pakistan after the restoration of exporting labour-power to Kuwait.
Zulfiqar Bukhari asked health professionals that they will serve as the ambassador of Pakistan in the Gulf country.
The health professionals employed in Kuwait will act as assistance for more Pakistanis to get employment there, Zulfiqar Bukhari said
Zulfiqar Bukhari further added that Pakistan is determined for the development of Kuwait and it will continue to send skilful nationals to the Gulf country in line with its vision 2035.
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