In Kuwait, schools, colleges and universities are going to open in the first week of September after three months of June-July-August closure of educational institutions due to high temperatures.
A large number of cleaners, most of whom are Bangladeshi nationals, work in public and private educational institutions in Kuwait. Many expatriate workers could not return to Kuwait due to long-term suspension of flights due to Corona. As a result, cleaning workers are in crisis.
Several companies approved by the Kuwait Ministry of Education have already applied to the Ministry of Interior for permission to bring workers from Bangladesh. As there are restrictions on direct entry of Bangladeshis into Kuwait, companies cannot bring in workers without approval from the Ministry of Interior.
According to Al Rai, Kuwait’s local media on Wednesday (August 31), some recruiting companies are awaiting permission to bring in cleaners from Bangladesh as per the Ministry of Education’s demand.
As direct visas are closed for Bangladeshi citizens, special approval of the Ministry of Interior is required to enter Kuwait on new visas. On the other hand, citizens of India, Egypt, Philippines, Nepal, Sri Lanka can enter Kuwait without any authorization.
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