Directus: Pakistani Minister's visit to Greece - "We will sign migration agreements"

Pakistani Diaspora Minister Sajid Hussain Turi

The Minister of the Pakistani Diaspora, Sajid Hussain Turi, left Pakistan on Monday for a ten-day official visit to Switzerland, Romania, Greece and Portugal, where he will meet with the relevant authorities and members of the Pakistani communities, Directus reported.

According to the Pakistani media: "the purpose of the visit is to create new employment opportunities for Pakistanis in various countries, to discuss the problems of the Pakistani community with the authorities of the respective countries and to promote bilateral relations."

He also plans to meet the director-general of the International Labor Organization (ILO) in Geneva and discuss with him the rehabilitation and relief of workers affected by the recent floods in Pakistan.

According to the government survey, the recent floods have left 3.6 million workers unemployed.

The Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development, with the support of the ILO, has already launched a cash-for-work program for the rehabilitation of flood-affected workers in Balochistan and Sindh, which will be extended to all affected areas of the country.

The federal minister, before departure, said that Romania, Portugal, Italy, Greece and other western countries need a large-scale workforce.

"We have planned to sign agreements with various countries to send Pakistani workers and professionals there," he said.

He also said that he will talk to the authorities of the respective countries to facilitate the visa and immigration process so that maximum Pakistani manpower and professionals can be sent to these countries as soon as possible.”

What does all this mean?

"Now the Greek government has become a bulwark of Pakistani aspirations! The government will proceed, or rather it will 'seal' the agreement with the Pakistanis," Directus reported.

"In fact, Mr. Mitarachi clearly stated it a few days ago! 'We promote legal immigration of workers. We already have agreements with Pakistan, Bangladesh, etc. We need the legal immigrants and we have work to enable them to live with dignity," noted Notis Mitarachi, Minister of Immigration and Asylum.'

"Let's not forget that the Pakistani journalist Syed M. Jamil, together with the Chargé d'Affaires of the Pakistani Embassy Azeem Khan (No. 1 at the moment), hosted a dinner for all the political leadership of the Ministry of Immigration. There they urged for the conversion of law 4251/2014 from 7 to 5 years.

"Now the Mitsotakis Government promotes the colonisation of the country with Islamists!

"The following are highlights from the visits to European countries. In a few days he will be in Greece!"

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