EU Heads of Mission hails abolition of domestic workers exit permits Jan 23, 2020 0 131 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaTHE EU Heads of Mission in Qatar has welcomed the new legislation abolishing exit permit requirement for workers not covered by the amended labour law, according to a German Embassy press release on Wednesday.It said: “The EU Heads of Mission in Qatar welcome the decision taken by the Qatari authorities to remove the requirement for exit permits for most migrant workers, including domestic workers, workers in government and public institutions, workers employed in the oil and gas sector and workers employed in maritime or agricultural companies. We commend that domestic workers will also benefit from this new regulation, thus improving their situation. We appreciate the continued commitment of the Qatari authorities and MADLSA to its labour reform agenda.” Pages 123456 RELATED ARTICLES PM MEETS KUWAITI OFFICIAL, TURKISH DEPUTY MINISTER OF INTERIOR Jan 23, 2020 0 415 UN urged to recognise ‘untapped potential of youth’ Jan 23, 2020 0 392 EAA launches ‘edvOcate’ to inspire future leaders Jan 23, 2020 0 283 Cabinet issues draft law reorganising NHRC QNA Doha THE Cabinet, at its weekly meeting chaired by Prime Minister HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al Thani at Amiri Diwan on Wednesday, took the necessary measures to issue a draft law amending some .. Attiyah meets US special envoy for Sudan Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defence Affairs HE Dr Khalid bin Mohammed al Attiyah met US President’s Special Envoy for Sudan, Donald Booth, in Doha on Wednesday. They discussed a number of issues of .. It was tough, but we made it, says Fahad Mount Vinson was to be his fourth of the seven summits. “The second leg of the expedition to scale one of the coldest mountains on earth, Mount Vinson, the highest peak in Antarctica, was led by one guide and two other team ..