Coordination of labour diplomats needed to organize money transfer system, issues of MoU workers

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File photo in 2022 shows Myanmar MoU workers who will go to Thailand.

Union Minister for Labour U Myint Naung said at a meeting with officials of the Myanmar Overseas Employment Agencies Federation (MOEAF) on 29 August that it is necessary for the banks of the two countries to systematize the remittances to the families of MoU workers and for labour issues to be coordinated as soon as possible by the labour attaches.
He continued that relevant agencies need to send contracted workers within 90 days to avoid complaints from the workers, which may occur if they are not able to send them within the specified date.
As of 23 August, there are a total of 457 licensed foreign employment agencies and 150 Thai-licensed agencies in Myanmar. It is reported that foreign employment guidance courses for workers who will go to work in foreign countries are being conducted at skill training schools in Yangon Region and Mandalay Region. — TWA/CT

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