South Korea continuously recalls Myanmar workers

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More than 120 Myanmar workers arrived in the Republic of Korea yesterday, and most of them were experienced workers who have worked in the ROK.
The government of the Republic of Korea is re-accepting Myanmar workers after nearly two years of immigration ban due to the COVID-19 disease infection in the country.
Yesterday, 111 re-entry workers and 17 new construction workers arrived at Incheon International Airport and they were welcomed by the Labour Attaché from the Myanmar Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, according to the statement of the embassy.
Between 4 April and 10 May, a total of 580 Myanmar workers were sent to South Korea. — TWA/GNLM

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