3.500 Iranian Workers to Head for Ireland
Economy, Domestic Economy

3.500 Iranian Workers to Head for Ireland

Iran’s Deputy Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare Minister Mohammad Amin Sazegarnejad and Ireland’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s first secretary for Middle East affairs, Stephen Dawson, signed a memorandum of understanding in Ireland, based on which 3,500 Iranian skilled workers will be dispatched to Ireland to work in the hospitality and culinary fields, IRNA reported on Saturday.

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