Booth 360. ANAPEC is developing a procedure for selecting 400 workers who will soon travel to Portugal to be employed in the agricultural sector. Details in this press review from the daily Al-Akhbar.
Portugal just launched a recruitment campaign for Moroccan workers. Initially, 400 Moroccan workers must work in agriculture. Portuguese authorities will even allow detainees to accompany their families as part of family reunification procedures, the daily reported. news It was delivered on Monday, October 3rd.
According to the newspaper, ANAPEC will be responsible for receiving the files of interested candidates and selecting the people selected for this program. according to newsAn agreement to this effect was signed between the Moroccan Agency and the Portuguese Institute for Employment and Vocational Training. This agreement is specifically intended to organize and define the steps of this first initiative, which is part of the agreement signed between the two countries regarding employment.
The curricula to be developed include, among others, the selection of Portuguese companies and Moroccan skills, as well as language and vocational training for workers. The agreement signed between the two parties will also allow for expediting work contracts, visa and travel procedures. Thus, in the first step, as of next week, the respective companies and trades will be identified.
This approach, the paper explains, was moreover at the heart of recent talks between the Minister of Economic Inclusion, Younes Skouri, and the Portuguese Minister of Internal Administration. During these meetings, Younes Skouri stressed the importance of the memorandum of understanding concluded between ANAPEC and the Portuguese Institute for Employment and Vocational Training, according to which 400 Moroccan workers will benefit from employment. For the Minister, the implementation of this agreement must take into account the humanitarian dimension of this program and ensure that the rights of the beneficiaries are respected.
For his part, he continues newsThe Portuguese Minister expressed his desire to work closely with the various actors to facilitate the integration of these workers, noting the possibility of establishing an appropriate support and control framework.
In the same context, the Moroccan minister held a meeting with 15 Portuguese confederations of employers, the daily reports. During his two-day working visit to Portugal, Minister Scurry also met with several officials from that country to implement the agreement reached between the two parties on employment.
Morocco and Portugal initialed, last January, the Agreement on Employment and Residence of Moroccan Workers in Portugal, an agreement that falls within the framework of the dynamics of modernizing the partnership tools between the two countries.