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Ministro de trabajo brinda detalles sobre el Programa de Migración Laboral en Italia

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Como parte de las acciones en cuanto a oportunidades laborales en el exterior, el Ministro de Trabajo Rolando Castro brindó detalles sobre la gira que realizó en Europa y dijo “Armamos una gira por diferentes países de Europa, fuimos a explorar otros mercados”.

Entre los paises visitados se encuentra Italia y al respecto el funcionario dijo “En Italia sostuvimos una reunión con el ministro de Trabajo y encuentros con varios empresarios”, en el cual se dio por inaugurado el Programa de Migración Laboral.

En el país europeo el titular del Ministerio de Trabajo mencionó que sostuvo encuentros con diferentes gremiales y organizaciones empresariales donde “La bitácora de opciones de trabajo en Italia es bastante grande”, agregó.

Según proyecciones, se tiene previsto enviar un contingente en Italia bajo la modalidad del Programa de Migración Laboral “Hemos regresado con satisfacción de darle nuevas oportunidades a los trabajadores salvadoreños”, dijo el Ministro de Trabajo Rolando Castro.

España es otro de los paises europeos donde se exploró oportunidades laborales, al respecto el titular de Trabajo mencionó que sostuvo una reunión en Madrid con el Ministerio de Inclusión Social, en la cual se abordaron temas relacionados a personas que ya están trabajando, aquellos que están en asilo y la “apertura del Programa de Migración Laboral”, acotó.

En cuanto a otros acuerdos, el Ministro de Trabajo Rolando Castro detalló que “En Ginebra firmamos un acuerdo con el ministro de Trabajo de Argentina” en el marco de la visita a la Organización Internacional del Trabajo (OIT), dicho convenio consiste en intercambio de emergencias y cooperación técnica.

“Estamos indagando otros mercados laborales, en los próximos días daremos informes”, enfatizó el Ministro de Trabajo Rolando Castro.

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