Dubai: The UAE and the Republic of Mozambique have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aiming to boost the management of the contractual work cycle for Mozambican workers in the UAE.
The MoU was inked by Dr. Abdulrahman Al Awar, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE), and Ms. Margarida Adamugy Talapa, Minister of Labour, Employer, and Social Security in Mozambique, at the MoHRE’s headquarters in Dubai.
“Signing this MoU establishes an institutional partnership between the two ministries and ensures ongoing cooperation to improve the management of the contractual work cycle for Mozambican workers in the UAE, therefore maximising the mutual benefits,” Dr. Al Awar quoted.
Dr. Al Awar commented that the Ministry is committed to achieving the UAE Government’s vision of enhancing partnerships and cooperation with countries from all around the world, “which builds trust in the UAE labour market, positioning the country as an ideal global destination to work and live, while safeguarding the rights of employers and workers from various nationalities.”
Replying to the comment, Ms. Talapa stated that the signing of this MoU “will contribute to increasing job opportunities for Mozambican workers in the UAE and ensuring their rights in a work environment that is consistently ranked as one of the best in the world.”
In addition to officials from both sides, the signing ceremony was attended by Mr. Tiago Castigo, the Ambassador of Mozambique to the UAE; Mr. Khalil Al Khoori, the Undersecretary of MoHRE for Human Resources Affairs; and Ms. Shaima Al Awadhi, the Acting Assistant Undersecretary for Communication and International Relations at MoHRE.