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May 24, 2024, 6:45 am

‘KSA recruited 60 Nurses from Bangladesh and planning to recruits more’

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  • Update Time : Saturday, February 10, 2024,
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Ambassador of Saudi Arabia Essa Yousef Essa Alduhailan in Bangladesh said ti that, Saudi Arabia recruited 60 Nurses and midwives and planning to recruits more. He Said, Actually, We fulfil our promises, Alhamdulillah and we are trying to strengthen our relationship. Which is really strong.

 

A courtesy meeting was held between the Bangladesh’s State Minister for Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment Shafiqur Rahman Chowdhury with the Saudi Ambassador Essa Yousef Essa Alduhailan, on 7th of February, Wednesday in Dhaka. After the meeting Saudi ambassador meet the press.

 

Ambassador Said, “We already implemented the training centre’s and we have more Skilled worker to go to Arabia. The share is getting bigger every Week, Alhamdulillah. And Lately, as I promise you, That we will recruit the medical staff, Nurses, we did already. We already recruited now, 60 Nurses and midwives through the ministry of Health there in Saudi Arabia, and we are planning to recruits more, inshallah.”

 

Essa Yousef Essa Alduhailan Said, “We discuss it his excellency & we agreed to put a focul point to the Ministry & the embassy. So, we will have regular talk and meetings together. So we will facilitate the procedures of issuing the visas.”

 

Ambassador Said, “Last last year we issued one million and 151 visas to Saudi Arabia, Which is the the biggest. Every day we are issuing around 5000 plus, every single day. And I want also to emphasize that there is no fees to issue the Saudi Visa. And there is no fees for the accreditation of agencies and the embassy of Saudi Arabia, it’s all for free but only there is the regular fees that Already organized by the governmental Authorities from here in Bangladesh and there and Saudi Arabia, no more. The employer is soldering all the expenses.”

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