The Indian ambassador to the country, Sibi George, revealed that he had signed a memorandum of understanding with the Public Authority for Manpower defining labor rights and increasing the recruitment of domestic workers to Kuwait, explaining that negotiations with the “manpower force” are continuing regarding reducing the price of recruiting such workers to suit Kuwaiti families.
In a statement on the sidelines of the celebration of the birthday of the Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore, George said that the ceiling of the monthly salary for domestic workers in Kuwait has been set to range between 100-120 dinars per month, considering that this amount is equitable to the workers and Kuwaiti families.
He stressed that obtaining an entry visa to Indian lands takes very few hours, not exceeding one day, calling on Kuwaitis to visit his country this summer.
He explained that his country has lifted all restrictions related to Corona, and is ready to receive Kuwaiti tourists, noting that the number of visa applications continues to rise.
On the occasion, George said, “Today we celebrated the birthday of the poet Tagore Jayanti, who is a great national symbol, as he is the writer of the Indian national anthem, as well as the Bengali, who was the first to win the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913.”
He added that this poet was a strong fighter and a symbol, and that is why India is keen to celebrate his birthday for the great sacrifices he made to Indi