53 RI migrant workers sent to Malaysia
The Jakarta Post
The Migrant Worker Placement and Protection Agency (BP2TKI) has officially sent 53 legal migrant workers from Nunukan, East Kalimantan, to employment placements at oil palm plantation companies in Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia.
It was the first time the BP2TKI had officially sent migrant workers to work abroad. The move was officially conducted by the head of Nunukan BP2TKI Center, Muhammad Safri,...
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