In a press conference held by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation to present the half-yearly achievements for the period from July to December 2023, the supervision of the Burundian diaspora and the promotion of migrant employment were objectives of which several actions were carried out. That includes the organization of the Diaspora Week 2023 edition; the multiple raids on the headquarters of recruitment agencies for the Burundian migrant workers to ascertain their working methods; the organization of the awareness workshops on the principles of the legal and the regular migration for the Burundian administrative officials (governors and provincial police commissioners); approval of seven (7) new migrant worker recruitment agencies; legal deployment of more Burundian migrant workers to Saudi Arabia (statistics from December 31, 2023). More than 6,700 migrant workers left before new agreements were implemented. So far, around 10,000 Burundian workers have been sent to work abroad. It is reported here that the negotiations between other countries like Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain. More than 5 billion are recorded in the State coffers, added the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation. Note that the other flagship actions have been carried out at the central administration level as part of the strengthening of good governance and the development of the public infrastructure, said the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation. Those are: the organization of the retreat for Burundian Ambassadors accredited abroad by the Supreme Head of Burundian diplomacy, His Excellency the President of the Republic of Burundi; the organization of the training and the exchange seminar for the parliamentarians, members of the committees responsible for the political and the diplomatic issues and the intensive training of the newly appointed Burundian Ambassadors. Other key activities carried out at the Ministry include monitoring the construction of the Burundi Embassies in the accreditation countries (Addis Ababa, Kigoma, Dar er salaam, Somalia and Kampala) to minimize the rent costs.