Bahrain, Jordan Sign Pact on Social Development
Bahrain and Jordan signed in Amman Thursday a joint co-operation protocol in the field of social development, allowing for the exchange of expertise and joint studies, reported Gulf Daily News.
The agreement was signed for Bahrain by Labor and Social Affairs Minister Abdulnabi Al Shoala and for Jordan by Social Development Minister Tamam Al Ghoul.
Mr Al Shoala also chaired an Arab Labor Federation conference in Amman, said the Bahraini English daily.
The minister held talks with a number of Arab ministers focusing on human resources development, the creation of job opportunities and the integration of national manpower in the job markets – Albawaba.com
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