26 October 2014, Dhaka Tribune
The country will appoint a labour attaché at its embassy in Dhaka from the beginning of the next year.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will simplify the procedure of recruiting manpower from Bangladesh.
To do it, the country will appoint a labour attaché at its embassy in Dhaka from the beginning of the next year, reports BSS.
UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdulla Bin Zayed Al Nahyan said this when he called on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in Abu Dhabi on Sunday afternoon.
Briefing reporters after the meeting, Bangladesh Foreign Minister A H Mahmood Ali said: “The UAE’s decision to appoint a labour attaché in Dhaka is a positive sign which would help increase manpower to the oil-rich Gulf nation.”
Ali also said a joint statement will be issued after Sheikh Hasina’s meeting with her UAE counterpart in Dubai Monday, where the outcome of the current tour of Bangladesh Premier would be included.
At the meeting, Ali said, the premier invited the UAE foreign minister to visit Bangladesh.