Iraq to recruit 100 anesthesiologists from BangladeshNew Age Online
The government of Iraq sent a requisition Sunday to recruit 100 anesthesiologists from Bangladesh, expatriates’ welfare ministry officials said.
Expatriates’ welfare and overseas employment minister Engineer Khandker Mosharraf Hossain told New Age that Iraq will recruit them very soon.
On August 31, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on recruitment of manpower from Bangladesh by Iraq was signed.
According to the MoU, Iraq will recruit nearly 1,000 workers at comparatively low recruitment expense.
A high level Iraqi delegation led by labour and social affairs minister Nassar Al-Rubaiee arrived in Dhaka on August 30 to sign the memo to recruit Bangladeshi workers for the war-torn country.
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