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Kiribati Head of State President Taneti Maamau says 2,000 people from Tuvalu, Nauru including Kiribati will be recruited in the Australian and New Zealand major Pacific Labour Scheme scheduled to start in July, this year.
President Maamau said Kiribati has suitable and potential workers for the scheme, who have undergone various preparatory trainings conducted by the Ministry of Employment and Human Resources.
He called for excellent commitment by I-Kiribati workers and wished them well in their various work areas.
SOURCE: RADIO KIRIBATI/PACNEWS
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