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Minister Manusha Nanayakkara Explores Foreign Employment Opportunities for Sri Lankan Workers in Poland’s Public Transport Sector

In a proactive move towards enhancing bilateral collaboration, Minister of Labour and Foreign Employment, Manusha Nanayakkara, engaged in a productive dialogue with the Chairman of the Public Transport Commission in Poland. The discussions, held yesterday, focused on the potential avenues for skilled workers from Sri Lanka to contribute to Poland’s dynamic public transport sector.

This collaborative exchange forms a key element of Minister Nanayakkara’s overarching strategy to comprehend and harness Poland’s workforce demands, particularly within the realm of transportation, with the aim of facilitating opportunities for proficient Sri Lankan workers.

The optimism radiating from both sides underscores the mutual aspiration for a mutually beneficial outcome. The exploratory nature of this initiative is poised to lay the foundation for strengthened economic and employment ties, fostering a promising partnership between Sri Lanka and Poland.

In support of Minister Nanayakkara’s endeavor, the delegation included esteemed representatives from the Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Agency. Suraj Dandeniya, Chairman, and Mangala Randeniya, General Manager, joined the Minister alongside other officials, collectively reaffirming Sri Lanka’s commitment to nurturing its skilled workforce and forging valuable international collaborations.

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