Alan Peter Cayetano, Foreign Affairs Secretary, is hoping to have their meeting with Kuwait officials go well to have the labor deal signed that will ensure the welfare of abroad Filipino employees or we call OFW.
Cayetano is set to meet with Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sabah Al Khalid Al Sabah to examine the "misconception" between the two nations following the Philippine Embassy's save tasks for troubled OFW household laborers.
Cayetano told journalist in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia that 'just before supper this evening, they will have a reciprocal gathering with his peer, the foreign minister. Thereafter, if all is well, they will push through with the marking of the MOU'. He included that the Department of Foreign Affairs has given a rundown to the Department of Labor and Employment before marking the MOU.
The Foreign Affairs leader noticed that the Philippines asked for to include another detail the labor deal a couple of days back.
Cayetano said that 'what they are approaching is for an exceptional police drive so as not to rehash what happened if at any time immediate response is required, they ought not state that they are taking the law in their own hands'.
The assertion would likewise be a confirmation for OFWs that they can call somebody from the international safe haven and act immediately.
Cayetano said that 'they kept that calm the most recent couple of days, however since it turned out and Secretary Harry [Roque] has spoken, he can reveal to them as of now, yet that is the last thing they are requesting'.
Harry Roque, the Presidential representative, prior affirmed that the Kuwaiti government let go four Filipino drivers captured after the salvages of OFWs in the Gulf state.
The charges against the four drivers would likewise be dropped.
In the interim, the Philippine government is expecting an uplifting news in regards to the three Filipino representatives with capture warrants in Kuwait. Roque and Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III traveled to Kuwait to look for 'standardization of ties' with Kuwait following the strategic line with the Philippines.
This labor deal may secure the OFW working their best to serve the country and help their family.