Thursday, the deployment ban in Kuwait has been formally lifted by the Philippines as per Labor Chief Silvestre Bello III.
The news comes days after Kuwait and the Philippines inked an arrangement to manage and ensure the a huge number of Filipinos who look for more generously compensated work in the rich Gulf state.
Bello said he has marked the request for the aggregate lifting of the sending boycott. The request depends on President Rodrigo Duterte's guideline to enable Filipinos to work in Kuwait once more, included Bello.
Not long ago, the Philippines executed the lifting of the organization boycott of gifted and semi-talented laborers after the two nations manufactured an arrangement to ensure Filipino transient specialists in the Gulf state. In February, Manila requested an aggregate prohibition on the sending of Filipino laborers to Kuwait, following guidelines from Duterte.
The move came after its restriction on vagrant laborers making a beeline for occupations in Kuwait, topping a strategic column started when a killed Filipino cleaning specialist was found in her manager's cooler.
Now the Malacanang are feel secure for the Filipinos in Kuwait after the signing of the 'memorandum of agreement' (MOA).