Saudi Arabia elected as titular member of ILO body

Saudi Arabia has served as a deputy member between 2017 and 2020

  
Riyadh skyline, financial district seen along King Fahd Road, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Image used for illustrative purpose.

Riyadh skyline, financial district seen along King Fahd Road, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Image used for illustrative purpose.

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RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has been elected as a titular member of the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) governing body until 2024.

Elections for the membership were held on Monday as part of the 109th session of the International Labour Conference.

Saudi Minister of Human Resources and Social Development Ahmed Al-Rajhi said the Kingdom’s election to the ILO’s governing body is an outcome of the Saudi leadership’s continuous support to the labor market and workers in the Kingdom.

He said the election also reflects the growing international and regional confidence in the Kingdom’s measures aimed at streamlining the labor market.

Saudi Arabia has served as a deputy member between 2017 and 2020. Its tenure was exceptionally extended for an additional year due to the global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

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