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Bangladesh - March 14, 2022

Romania keen to recruit workers from Bangladesh

Staff Correspondent: Robert-Sorin Negoita, Mayor of Bucharest’s 3rd district, Romania, keen to recruit skilled and efficient workers from Bangladesh.
The Mayor made the remark during a meeting with the Mayor of Dhaka South City Corporation Barrister Sheikh Fazle-Noor-Taposh at the DSCC Mayor’s office in Nagar Bhaban yesterday.
Among others, Farid Ahmad, chief executive officer of the corporation; Air Commodore Sitwat Naeem, chief waste management officer; Saleh Ahmed, chief engineer; Deputy Director of Bucharest Police Victor Neagu, Bucharest City Manager Marius-Daniel Ciobica, and Romania Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce Mohammad Rafiqul Islam were also present in the event.
Mayor Robert Negoita said, there is a need for cleaners in Bucharest, including skilled and unskilled workers, and expressed interest to fulfill the demand from Bangladesh. Mayor Taposh thanked him and assured him that Bangladesh will cooperate them in this regard.
Earlier in the day, the Romanian official and his team paid homage to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s portrait at Dhanmondi-32. The curator of the Bangabandhu museum Nazrul Islam Khan and other DSCC officials were also present there.
Later, the Mayor of Romania visited Bangabandhu’s house and he wrote his remarks in the visitors’ book.
Robert Negoita arrived in Bangladesh on a five-day official visit on Saturday with the invitation of DSCC Mayor Taposh.
He is set to return to Bucharest on March 17. Negoita is scheduled to take part in several programs with Dhaka South during his stay.
He will also sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with his Dhaka counterpart relating to Romania being Dhaka’s ‘sister city’.
Meetings with government agencies and business organizations, including Ministry of Foreign Affairs, FBCCI and DCCI are also scheduled to take place.

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