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Iraq grants pensions to Egyptians who worked in government institutions decades ago

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Iraq grants pensions to Egyptians who worked in government institutions decades ago

Post by claud39 on Thu Dec 13, 2018 11:15 am


Iraq grants pensions to Egyptians who worked in government institutions decades ago


A source in the Iraqi Retirement Authority, that an Iraqi delegation will visit Cairo, next Saturday, to issue IDs for Egyptian retirees who worked in Iraqi institutions in the eighties of the last century.

He told RT that "the delegation will hand over the papers of new entrants so that they can receive their own pensions themselves or receive the heirs on behalf of the deceased," noting that "the Egyptians who will pay retirement, worked in Iraqi government institutions during the eighties of the last century.

Egypt is targeting the number of workers in Iraq to 1.5 million, according to Hamdi Emam, head of the employment division at Cairo Chamber of Commerce, who said earlier that "the number of Egyptian workers in Iraq currently reaches between 100 and 150 thousand workers."

Source: RT

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