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Brunei wants to take more workers from Bangladesh

Brunei wants to take more workers from Bangladesh
Brunei wants to take more workers from Bangladesh

Bilateral talks were held between Bangladesh and Brunei Darussalam at Bandar Seri Begawan. Brunei has expressed interest in hiring more Bangladeshi workers in its upcoming mega projects.

Bangladesh Foreign Secretary Masud Bin Momen and Brunei Darussalam Permanent Secretary Pengiran Norhashimah binti Pengiran Mohammad Hassan led their respective countries. Bangladesh High Commissioner Nahida Rahman also attended the discussion meeting.

According to a press release of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this meeting was held on Wednesday.

According to the ministry, the discussions covered the entire spectrum of Bangladesh-Brunei bilateral relations in immigration, trade, investment, agriculture, reservoirs, fisheries and livestock, health, connectivity, defense, energy, education, culture, and youth.

Both sides expressed satisfaction at the existing level of bilateral engagement and reiterated their commitment to continued efforts to further expand mutual cooperation for mutual benefit in the days to come.

Both sides recognize the valuable contribution of Bangladeshi migrant workers in both countries. The Foreign Secretary stressed the need for safe, orderly and regular immigration while expressing hope for the soon signing of the proposed MoU for employment of Bangladeshi manpower in Brunei. Referring to the high demographic dividend that Bangladesh is currently enjoying, the Foreign Secretary proposed sending more Bangladeshi workers to Brunei for the mutual benefit of the two countries.

Both sides agreed to further explore the possibility of cooperation in areas such as food processing, ICT, shipbuilding, tourism, infrastructure development, pharmaceuticals and jute products. Bangladesh sought Brunei’s support for the development and promotion of the halal trade sector.

The article is in Bengali

Tags: Brunei workers Bangladesh

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