Egypt’s Minister of Labor Hassan Shehata confirmed that the country has 9 labor offices abroad to deal with problems, pointing out that reports of the liquidation of workers abroad are not true.

Shehata said in television statements that the Gulf countries cannot do without Egyptian workers, stressing the provision of electronic communications with the countries of Jordan and Libya.

The Minister of Manpower added that Saudi Arabia has the largest percentage of Egyptian workers in the Persian Gulf, noting that the number of Egyptian workers abroad is 4,200,000.

Hasan Shehata pointed out that financial stagnation is the union’s most serious problem, highlighting the solution to the union’s problems in the optimal use of assets.

Source: RT

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