Pakistan, Saudi Arabia vow to enhance bilateral relations

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development Sajid Hussain Turi and his Saudi counterparts reiterated their resolve to further enhance bilateral cooperation between the two countries.

The resolve was shown in a virtual meeting between the two dignitaries leaders held here on Monday.

Turi assured to fulfil the requirements of KSA’s Government according to the vision of higher authorities of both countries which was in line with Vision 2030 of the Saudi Arabian Government.

“Pakistan has workforce available under Skilled and Highly Skilled categories included IT, Engineering, Construction, Agriculture, Healthcare, Banking and Hospitality Management etc and requirement of KSA Government for the skilled workforce can easily be met in foreseeable future as per their needs”, Federal Minister added.

Turi appreciated the launch of the Skill Verification Programme (SVP) by the KSA Government and said that “it would be helpful in assessing skills set for Pakistani workforce which is indeed the need of the hour,”.

Both sides agreed to have meetings in this regard at the Ministerial level and at the level of Focal Persons nominated by both sides in the coming days on a weekly and forthrightly basis, accordingly.


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