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from ANTARA, The Indonesian National News Agency Jakarta, June 2 (ANTARA) - For as long as 40 years, Indonesian migrant workers in Saudi Arabia had been running the risk of experiencing all sorts of unexpected difficulties ranging from maltreatment by employers to brushes with the law because of the absence of a legal umbrella regulating their presence in the Middle Eastern country.
But this situation is soon to change for the better with the conclusion of an agreement between the Indonesian and Saudi governments to improve their services for placement and protection of Indonesian workers in that country. The agreement was reached at a Senior Officials' Meeting (SOM) between Saudi Arabia and Indonesia held in Jedda over the weekend.
"Thank God, we have signed a statement of intent toward the signing of an MoU with Indonesia," Saudi Arabian Manpower …