Kuwait urged to recruit Bangladeshi medical professionals

| Updated: June 16, 2022 19:25:28

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The Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has urged Kuwait to recruit more medical professionals including nurse and medical technicians from Bangladesh. 

He made the remarks while outgoing Kuwati Ambassador to Bangladesh Adel Mohammed A H Hayat paid a courtesy call on him at his foreign ministry office in Dhaka on Tuesday, reports BSS. 

During the meeting, Dr Momen thanked the Kuwaiti government for providing free vaccines and treatments to Bangladeshi expatriates living in the oil-rich Middle Eastern nation during the Covid-19 pandemic.  

He also thanked the Kuwait government for extending humanitarian support for Rohingyas. 

The foreign minister highlighted that the Bangladesh and Kuwait enjoy excellent bilateral relations in the fields of manpower, trade and commerce, defence and energy sectors. 

Dr Momen appreciated the Ambassador for his hard work and sincere efforts in the cause of strengthening bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Kuwait.  

The Ambassador expressed hope that in the coming days, economic cooperation will be further strengthened for the mutual benefit of the two countries. 

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