February 27, 2019: In a bid to export maximum Pakistani manpower in the world, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Overseas Pakistanis Syed Zulfikar Abbas Bukhari is making all out efforts as this segment of society play a key role in strengthening the national economy.
Due to his hard efforts, South Korea has increased 11 percent quota of Pakistani manpower, but he is struggling to get it doubled.
According to Bureau of Emigration and Overseas Employment's statistics, previously, Pakistan could only export 900 workforces to Korea which had now increased to over 1,000.
In a meeting with South Korean Ambassador to Pakistan Kwak Sung-Kyu, called on him on Wednesday, the special assistant discussed the possibilities of increasing 100 percent quota for Pakistani workforce.
The ambassador apprised the special assistant regrading recent measures taken by his government to consume maximum Pakistani workers in the local industry.
He said keeping in view the need of Pakistan to export its maximum manpower to abroad and to strengthen bilateral cooperation between the two countries, his government had decided to increase Pakistani workers quota by 11 percent.
He said employment Permit System was another initiative which would help enlarge the size of Pakistani workforce in the Korean’s job market in the future.