Nepal backs single recruitment system proposal


Nepalese security guards patrolling an office building in Petaling Jaya,

KUALA LUMPUR: Nepal is hoping that Malaysia’s move to create a single system of hiring foreign workers will also smoothen the way for Malaysia to receive workers from Nepal, says its Charge d’affairs A.I. Kumar Raj Kharel.

He believed this can be expedited when his country signs a proposed memorandum of understanding with Malaysia on hiring Nepalese workers.

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