The promotion of safe and secure migration with collaborative efforts to facilitate the mobility of professionals, students, and skilled workforce were the main issues covered at the 6th high-level dialogue between India and the European Union on migration and mobility, according to a statement released by the Ministry of External Affairs on Friday.
Source: Ministry of External Affairs
The sixth summit in Brussels included significant discussions on promoting safe migration and avoiding irregular migration. In order to encourage migration and mobility for a young, talented pool of students and skilled workers as well as for the mutual advantage of both countries, prospective collaborations were also discussed.
Ausaf Sayeed, the secretary for the consular, ministry of external affairs, and Monique Pariat, the director general for migration and home affairs in the European Commission, co-chaired the conference. The topic of discussion was making travel easier to the EU for Indian students, businessmen, and tourists. According to Ausaf Sayeed, the discussion also included collaborations between reputable educational institutions and skill mapping.
The government’s both sides acknowledged their mutual satisfaction with the Common Agenda on Migration and Mobility (CAMM), which was signed during the conference’s last edition, which took place in 2019. The statement stated that “the discussion is a significant aspect of the cooperative agreements between India and EU as we celebrate 60 years of diplomatic ties.”
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