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Turkey to support employment of Jordanians
By Petra - Jan 24,2013 - Last updated at Jan 24,2013
AMMAN — Minister of Labour Nidal Katamine and Turkey’s Ambassador to Jordan Sedat Onal on Thursday discussed means to boost joint cooperation in the field of labour.
During the meeting, Katamine briefed the Turkish envoy on the ministry’s measures to provide jobs and training opportunities for Jordanians in the private sector.
Commending Jordan’s efforts in this domain, the Turkish envoy expressed his country’s readiness to work with the Jordanian government and ensure that Turkish companies investing in the Kingdom hire as many Jordanian workers as possible.
Also on Thursday, Katamine met with Indonesian Ambassador to Jordan Teguh Wardoyo and discussed ways to arrive at solutions for the problem of domestic workers who are currently staying at the Indonesian embassy in Amman, in a manner that safeguards their rights.
Katamine stressed Jordan’s concern for workers’ rights and its efforts to prevent human trafficking and workers’ exploitation.
The Lower House’s first deputy speaker, Ahmad Safadi, met on Thursday with Indonesian Ambassador to Jordan Teguh Wardoyo and highlighted the depth of Jordanian-Indonesian relations.
The Lower House Foreign Affairs Committee and the Jordanian-Indonesian Parliamentary Friendship Association on Monday met with Indonesian Ambassador to Jordan Teguh Wardoyo.
Labour Minister Nidal Katamine on Thursday said the ministry is keen to address the challenges facing the recruitment of domestic helpers.
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