India and Austria to sign migration and mobility agreement
India is set to sign a Comprehensive Migration and Mobility Partnership Agreement (MMPA) with Austria during External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar’s visit to Vienna. The MMPA will allow for the exchange of students, researchers, and professionals between the two countries, as well as facilitate mutual recognition of qualifications and support for mobility projects. It is expected to enhance collaboration and cooperation in the fields of education, research, and innovation, and foster greater cultural exchange between India and Austria.
The signing of the MMPA is a significant step towards strengthening the relationship between India and Austria, and will provide a framework for deeper cooperation in areas such as education, research, and innovation. It is also expected to create new opportunities for students and professionals to pursue their studies and careers in each other's countries.
In addition to the MMPA, India and Austria are also expected to discuss other areas of cooperation, including trade and investment, defence, and energy. The two countries have a strong economic partnership, with Austria being one of India's top trading partners in Europe.
Overall, the signing of the MMPA is a positive development for both India and Austria, and is expected to pave the way for further cooperation in the future.