Pakistan and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Sign Agreements for Workers Recruitment and Skills Verification

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia signed two agreements2
Pakistan and Saudi Arabia signed two agreements2

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia signed agreements

Waqar Naseem Wamiq, Riyadh – Pakistan, and Saudi Arabia signed two agreements related to the Workers’ Recruitment and Skills Verification program of the Pakistani workforce being employed in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The signing ceremony of the agreements took place during the visit of Mr. Shafqat Mahmood, Federal Minister of Education, Professional Training, and National Heritage to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The Agreement on Workers’ Recruitment will contribute toward further streamlining the process of export of workforce from Pakistan in diverse professions in the Kingdom while safeguarding their due rights and providing comprehensive legal protection to Pakistani workers employed in Saudi Arabia. The agreement will also help in resolving contractual disputes and taking legal recourse against recruitment offices, companies, or agencies for any violation.

The Agreement on Skills Verification will enhance the export of skilled and certified Pakistani workforce to the Kingdom. It may be recalled that imparting modern skills and ensuring certification of the Pakistani workforce to improve their employability abroad, are key areas among the Prime Minister’s Priority Sectors. Certification for our skilled manpower will create opportunities for the technical workforce in Pakistan to get internationally recognized training and certifications.

The signing of these agreements paves the way for building strategic partnerships and complementary relations between various Ministries and Departments of Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.

In line with the vision of the Prime Minister of Pakistan, quality service delivery to the expatriate community remains a key priority of the Ministry and Pakistan Missions Abroad.


Pakistan and Saudi Arabia
Pakistan and Saudi Arabia

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