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Al-Sabeeh: Coordination between GRP, PAM to support private sector
June 20, 2018, 10:20 am

Minister of Social Affairs and Labor and Minister of State for Economic Affairs Hind Al-Sabeeh has revealed that there would be a coordinative meeting between officials of the Government Restructuring Program (GRP) and Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) in order to support work in the private sector.

Al-Sabeeh made the statement on Tuesday while she was receiving well-wishers of Eid Al-Fitr at the headquarters of the GRP.

Regarding the merging of the PAM and GRP, she said there is a government decision on this matter, referring that the budgets and employees of the two bodies were merged. She stated that some companies, which committed violations in issuing residences, were referred to justice that will have its final say in this question.

She stressed that carrying out charitable projects outside the country should be approved by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor, and the Foreign Ministry to avoid the suspension of activities.

She pointed out that there is coordination among the Ministries of Labor and Foreign, Interior and Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, and Central Bank of Kuwait regarding the charitable projects carried out overseas.

There were little violations from charities in terms of collecting donations during the Holy Month of Ramadan, she said, noting that no charity complained with suspending projects.

She explained that the State of Kuwait is coordinating with the Gulf states and countries exporting domestic workers to reach identical views on this regard.

Making new decisions on organizing labor market will be studied with Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Kuwait Trade Union Federation to ensure that these decisions achieve the aspired goals, she said.

Source: KUNA

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