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* Computers donated to police to speed up issuing clearance reports for migrant workers
Thu, Aug 18, 2022, 09:14 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Aug 18, Colombo: The Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Bureau donated 10 computers to the Sri Lanka Police Department to issue police clearance reports required for overseas employment of migrant workers.

Police clearance report is mandatory for employment in South Korea, Israel and other countries.

Due to the delay experienced by migrant workers in getting the Police clearance reports, the Minister of Labor and Foreign Employment Manusha Nanayakkara discussed with the officers of the Police Department to get the reports as soon as possible.

The Minister was informed that due to the shortage of computers, the provision of police reports is delayed.

During a discussion between the Inspector General of Police and the Chairman of the Foreign Employment Bureau a week ago, the need for additional computers to provide relevant reports was pointed out.

Completing that requirement, the Foreign Employment Bureau provided ten computers to the Police Department within a week.

The Sri Lankan Director of the Korean Human Resources Department Mr. Lee, Senior Deputy Inspector General of Police Ranmal Kodithuvakku, Chairman of the Foreign Employment Bureau Mahendra Kumarasinghe and other senior officials participated in the occasion.


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