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Indian Government urges its counterpart to ensure safety amidst first batch of Indian workers in Israel

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Indian Government urges its counterpart to ensure safety amidst the first batch of Indian workers in Israel!


External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal said around 18,000 Indian caregivers are currently employed in Israel and the Indian embassy in that country is in touch with them.

India on Thursday said it has urged Israel to ensure the safety of the Indian construction workers who have gone to the country this week under the framework of a bilateral mobility agreement

Israeli Ambassador to India Naor Gilon said on Tuesday the first batch of over 60 Indian construction workers has left for Israel.  He further added, the Indian workers are going to Israel under the framework of a government-to-government agreement and complimented India’s National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) for the initiative.  Today we had a farewell event from the first batch of 60+ Indian construction workers going to Israel under the G2G agreement. This is an outcome of the hard work of many, including @NSDCINDIA,” he said

“As you are aware, these (first batch) workers have gone to Israel as part of a mobility agreement that we have signed with the country, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson, Randhir Jaiswal, said at his weekly media briefing.

This agreement predates the conflict. We are conscious of their safety. We have urged the Israeli authorities to ensure their safety and well-being,” he said.

Following the intensity of the conflict, media reports said the Israeli construction industry is looking at recruiting 100,000 Indian workers to replace the 90,000 Palestinians

Last month, India said it is focusing on ensuring the safety and security of all its citizens in Israel in the wake of the death of an Indian in that country in a missile attack reportedly launched by some hostile group. 

In view of the prevailing security situation and local safety advisories, all Indian nationals in Israel, especially those working in or visiting border areas in the north and south, are advised to relocate to safe areas within Israel. The Embassy remains in touch with the Israeli authorities to ensure the safety of all our nationals,” the Indian Embassy in Israel said in an official statement

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