Study Abroad: India and Finland sign a joint statement on mobility and migration

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India and Finland sign a joint statement on mobility and migration
In the Declaration, both nations express their determination to cooperate and work together to create a framework that will indulge for easier movement of professionals, scholars, businesspeople, and students while preventing irregular migration.

India and Finland signed a Joint Declaration of Intent on Migration and Mobility pledging to interreact on creating a framework of agreements and partnerships to promote greater mobility and stop unauthorised immigration. This will help students to move between India and Finland in a legal way. This will also help students in their study abroad programme by eliminating the malpractices of sending students abroad illegally. 

In order to reach a mutually salubrious try-on on migration and mobility between the two countries, V. Muraleedharan, the Minister of State for External Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs, and Tuula Haatainen, the Minister of Employment of Finland, signed a Joint Declaration of Intent on Migration and Mobility, equal to a statement from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).

According to the MEA, the Declaration highlights the transferral of both countries to work cooperatively toward developing a worldwide framework of wattle and cooperation to facilitate the mobility of students with study abroad programmes, academics, researchers, businesspeople, and professionals and to gainsay irregular migration. The MEA statement claims that Finland and India have cordial relations that are supported by shared beliefs in democracy, freedom, the rule of law, and respect for human rights.

The engagements between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister Sanna Marin on May 4 on the sidelines of the 2nd India-Nordic Summit and the Virtual Summit held on March 16, 2021, have given our bilateral relations a substantial boost, the MEA said. At the signing of the Joint Declaration, Ritva Koukku-Ronde, Finland’s producer to India, and other top representatives from the governments of Finland and India were present.

The relationship between Finland and India has unchangingly been cordial and pleasant. Recent collaboration in research, innovation, and investment on both sides has given the two-way relationship diversity. Ahead of the 2nd India-Nordic Summit in Copenhagen on May 4, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a meeting with the Prime Minister of Finland, Sanna Marin, and they spoke well-nigh ways to strengthen their relationship in the areas of commerce, investment, technology, and other regions.

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