Indonesian Ambassador to Qatar Air Marshal TNI (Ret.) Muhammad Basri Sidehabi utilised the holy mont
Indonesian Ambassador to Qatar Air Marshal TNI (Ret.) Muhammad Basri Sidehabi utilised the holy month of Ramadan to break fast with Indonesian migrant workers at a Labour Camp in Mesaieed on Wednesday.
The envoy met with 450 Indonesian migrant workers working for Samsung Construction and Trading, Engineering & Construction Group in Qatar. He was accompanied by Indonesian Citizens Protection Task Force in Qatar.
At the meeting, the ambassador was greeted by Chris Choi, Project Manager/Resident of Samsung C & T Corp and its management. Choi in his speech expressed his appreciation to the envoy for his visit to the camp and said that there are currently 450 Indonesian workers in his company at various levels of work. He added that they are quite satisfied with the performance of the Indonesian workers.
Ambassador Basri said he was happy to meet face-to-face with the workers and hoped that more Indonesian citizens will be employed by the company in the coming years.
While breaking the fast together, the envoy took the opportunity to explain the current situation in Qatar. He told the 450 Indonesians at the event that Qatar is stable and that they should remain calm.
According to the Indonesian Embassy’s Minister Counsellor, Boy Dharmawan, the embassy is closely monitoring the situation and is co-ordinating with the appropriate authorities to ensure the safety and well-being of Indonesians in Qatar. The visit to the labour camp was an attempt by the embassy to explain to the Indonesians living in Qatar that the current condition in Qatar is normal as usual. There are about 43,000 Indonesians living in Qatar, according to data from the International Organization for Migration.
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