Citizens of Kazakhstan may soon have the opportunity to work legally in South Korea, TuraNews.kz reports.
Online negotiations took place between representatives of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Population in Kazakhstan and the Ministry of Labor and Employment of the Republic of Korea. The key topic under discussion was the potential inclusion of Kazakhstan in the South Korean Employment Permit System.
The Ministry of Labor emphasized that such inclusion would enable Kazakhstanis to legally seek employment in South Korea while ensuring equal working conditions and protection of their rights.
Askarbek Ertaev, Chairman of the Migration Committee at the Ministry of Labor, also shared insights during the meeting. He discussed the ongoing efforts to establish a Korean training center in Kazakhstan as part of the broader Employment Permit System initiative. This initiative aims to enhance opportunities for citizens of Kazakhstan to gain employment in South Korea while facilitating proper training and support structures.