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Korea to renew entry of latest Sri Lankan migrant staff


Ambassador of the Republic of Korea Santhush Woonjin Jeong right this moment introduced that the newly getting into Sri Lankan migrant staff will be capable of enter Korea and assume their new jobs very quickly.

Lately, the Authorities of the Republic of Korea determined to renew the entry of latest Sri Lankan staff and staff from different overseas international locations to Korea within the close to future, he mentioned issuing an announcement.

As a result of COVID-19 pandemic, solely the re-entering migrant staff had been capable of enter Korea and the entry of latest overseas staff to Korea had been restricted. 

Nonetheless, the vaccination fee is getting excessive sufficient to accommodate the overseas staff and the worldwide COVID-19 state of affairs has develop into extra steady, the envoy mentioned. 

“That’s the reason the Korean Authorities determined to restart the entry of latest overseas staff together with Sri Lankans on situation of fulfilment of Korean authorities’s public well being guideline.”

He acknowledged that to start with, Korea will welcome a restricted variety of new overseas staff as the primary batch and this quantity will progressively improve. 

 

Learn the Korean Ambassador’s full assertion beneath:


At the moment, I’ve excellent news for Sri Lankan people who find themselves ready to work in Korea.

It offers me nice pleasure to announce that the newly getting into Sri Lankan migrant staff will be capable of enter Korea and assume their new jobs very quickly. Lately, the Authorities of the Republic of Korea determined to renew the entry of latest Sri Lankan staff and staff from different overseas international locations to Korea within the close to future. 

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, solely the re-entering migrant staff had been capable of enter Korea and the entry of latest overseas staff to Korea had been restricted. Nonetheless, the vaccination fee is getting excessive sufficient to accommodate the overseas staff and the worldwide COVID-19 state of affairs has develop into extra steady. That’s the reason the Korean Authorities determined to restart the entry of latest overseas staff together with Sri Lankans on situation of fulfilment of Korean authorities’s public well being guideline. To start with, Korea will welcome a restricted variety of new overseas staff as the primary batch and this quantity will progressively improve. 

Resolving the migrant employee challenge has been one of many prime priorities to me as Korean Ambassador to Sri Lanka. The Korean Embassy and EPS Heart in Sri Lanka have labored onerous to renew the entry process. The Embassy has additionally maintained the shut coordination with the Sri Lankan authorities to resolve this challenge. 

The Korean authorities and the Korean Embassy extremely worth the numerous position of Sri Lankan migrant staff and their treasured contribution. The migrant staff bridge each international locations in some ways, as they proceed to contribute to the financial growth of Korea and Sri Lanka. Greater than 20,000 Sri Lankan staff are presently in Korea and round 520 million US {dollars} have been transmitted by them from Korea to Sri Lanka in 2019. I’m glad to share this constructive information with Sri Lanka. The Korean Embassy will proceed to work intently with Sri Lankan authorities to strengthen our bilateral labour cooperation. 

As my Sri Lankan identify “Santhush” which suggests happiness, Korea want to share happiness along with Sri Lanka and Sri Lankan individuals. 

Let’s keep sturdy collectively! Korea and Sri Lanka Reside Collectively! 

Thanks.



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