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Libyan Labor Minister says Egyptian workers are required in thousands, in many fields

Libya’s Minister of Labor and Rehabilitation Ali Al-Abed said that the ministry’s Employment Department has many requests for companies operating in Libyan requiring thousands of trained Egyptian workers awaiting the launch of the electronic link system.

Egyptian workers are required in many fields of work including construction, health and others with certain years of experience required for each field, which he explained will lead to the success of the work system and the application of that experience to the countries from which those workers will be recruited.

This came during a Sunday meeting between Abed and Egypt’s Minister of Manpower, Mohamed Saafan and the Egyptian-Libyan Technical Committee in Cairo to coordinate the return of Egyptian workers to Libya to participate in its reconstruction as part of a signed protocol for the electronic link between the Egypt and its Libya.

Abed called Sunday’s meeting ‘historic’, and said it culminates the efforts made by both parties to facilitate the return of Egyptian workers to participate in Libya’s reconstruction, which he noted is characterized by seriousness, professionalism and keenness to launch the system in the best form in perfect harmony between the Egyptian and Libyan parties.

The Libyan Minister explained that the goal of the electronic link system is to save time and effort for Libyan companies to bring in the Egyptian workers they need through the Ministry of Manpower, which is the authority authorized in this issue without intermediaries or brokers.

He added that this will provide the necessary protection for Egyptian workers from falling under the clutches of fraud from phantom companies, especially since most of the Egyptian workers are ready to return to work on Libyan soil again.

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