KSA plans to build a cutting-edge skill university in Pakistan to address the need for skilled labor.

For NEOM and other forthcoming projects, the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development has announced plans to suggest allocating a special quota for Pakistani-trained and semi-skilled laborers.

Furthermore, APP was informed by an official source that Saudi Arabia’s proposal to build a cutting-edge skill university in Pakistan further synchronizes the two countries’ efforts to restructure their economies.

According to him, cooperation in enhancing Pakistani workers’ skills and talents to match the growing demands of the Saudi labor market was also a major topic of conversation.

The Ministry has suggested joint initiatives with Pakistani authorities, the Consulate General (CG) in Karachi, and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Islamabad to expedite the admission of new Overseas Employment Promoters (OEPs) into the Saudi industry.

The goal of the high-level delegation visit is to establish solid cooperation for mutual gain by bringing Pakistan’s labor force into line with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 economic reform program.

The goal of the tour is to increase vital remittances, which will help the financial stability of Pakistan’s economy and the well-being of families who depend entirely on these inflows of money.

which sought to promote cooperation and investigate job prospects for the labor force of Pakistan in the Kingdom.

The principal aim of the high-level delegation visit is to align the labor force of Pakistan with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 economic transformation initiative, thereby cultivating a strong alliance for reciprocal benefits.

Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 is a strategy plan meant to lessen the country’s reliance on oil while promoting industries including tourism, infrastructure, healthcare, and education.

The tour also aims to encourage essential remittances, which are crucial for maintaining Pakistan’s economy and helping families who depend on them for financial support.

With approximately 2.7 million Pakistani expats living in Saudi Arabia, the two countries have significant commercial, defense, and brotherly relations. Remittances from Pakistan are primarily sent to Saudi Arabia.

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