ILQ praises Qatar’s labour achievements

      Published on Tuesday, 10 November , 2020      555 Views     
ILQ praises Qatar’s labour achievements

  • Government

The State of Qatar participated yesterday via videoconference in the work of the 340th session of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Governing Body.

The State of Qatar was represented in the session Minister of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs H E Yousuf bin Mohamed Al Othman Fakhroo.

The Minister of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs delivered a speech before the Governing Body in which he talked about the legislation that the State of Qatar had implemented in the field of labour, which moved the Qatari labour market to an effective and competitive stage and contributed to enhancing the work and investment environment, and creating a balanced and attractive work environment.

H E Yousuf bin Mohamed Al Othman Fakhroo stressed the continuation of close cooperation with the International Labor Organization and friendly countries through joint programs.

The members of the International Labour Organization’s Governing Body praised what has been achieved in the field of labour in the State of Qatar and joint cooperation, through the speeches and interventions of representatives of employers and workers’ team, the Asian group, the European Union, and the governments of India, Britain, the United States of America, Canada and Switzerland.

Category Government | 2020/11/10 latest update at 10:50 PM
Source : The Peninsula | Photocredit : Google
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