There is no dearth of talent in India, want to attract for jobs in Germany… Chancellor Olaf - Newztezz Online


Saturday, February 25, 2023

There is no dearth of talent in India, want to attract for jobs in Germany… Chancellor Olaf

The German Chancellor has reached India, where he has met PM Narendra Modi and praised India's development.

New Delhi. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is on a visit to India. During this, while talking about the good relations between the two countries, he has said that India has made a big leap of development in the last few years . This is very good for the relations of both the countries. Scholz said that he and Prime Minister Narendra Modi were committed to a free trade deal between India and the European Union, which is now happening.

After meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Scholz said, 'This is a very important topic and I will personally be involved in it.' Talking about bilateral relations, Scholz said that he and PM Modi have similar views and they have been cooperative and have been discussing matters. On job creation, the Chancellor said that around 1,800 German companies are active in India and have provided thousands of jobs, adding that Germany also wants to benefit from Indian talent.

Olaf said, 'We need talent, we need skilled workers, IT and software industry is doing very well in India. We want to attract Indian talent for jobs in Germany. Addressing a joint conference, PM Narendra Modi said that the deep understanding and development between the two countries has been underlined.

PM Modi said, 'Apart from being our largest trading partner in Europe, Germany is also an important source of investment in India. Strong ties between India and Germany are based on shared democratic values ​​of mutual interest. He further said, 'There has been a lot of improvement in people-to-people relations in the two countries in the last few years. Today, due to 'Make in India' and self-reliant India campaign, new opportunities are opening up in all sectors. We are encouraged by Germany's interest in these opportunities.

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