Japan offers 206 labour demand letters to over 800 Myanmar workers

The Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo announced that Myanmar had received 206 demand letters from Japanese companies for Myanmar migrant workers.
The Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo verified those 206 demand letters for 821 people – 312 males and 509 females — between 1 and 15 March and the information for the letters were sent back to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Those demand letters were sent by the Ministry of Labour through the MoFA and verified in a timely manner.
The verification process was performed by checking whether the labour supervision company in Japan and the recruitment factories and companies are officially established in Japan, and by sending back the verification and findings on the documentary evidence and opinions to the MoL via the MoFA.
It is learnt that licenced overseas recruitment agencies will send Myanmar workers for that job offer letters. — TWA/KTZH

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