Manusha Nanayakkara, Minister of Labor and Foreign Employment, has implemented a practical program with the goal of bringing five hundred million US dollars monthly from expatriate workers into the country to solve the country’s problems.
At the same time, efforts have been made to speed up the program of dispatching workers to high-income countries such as Japan.
Air tickets were awarded yesterday (29) to five trainees for nursing jobs in Japan.
A group of 22 people have been training to leave for work in Japan since yesterday, and will leave on the 20th with eight nurses and 14 construction workers.
The Minister emphasized that the Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment is sending workers to Japan for employment and that Japanese job seekers who send such workers will never have to pay intermediaries.