India: Olaf Scholz hopes to smoothen travel between India-Germany for IT

The Chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz, is visiting the Silicon Valley of India in Bengaluru. During the trip, the German Chancellor shared that the country hopes to simplify travel for Information Technology experts in India. After this, the IT experts of India will be able to get work visas in Germany.

The Chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz, is visiting the Silicon Valley of India in Bengaluru. During the trip, the German Chancellor shared that the country hopes to simplify travel for Information Technology experts in India. After this, the IT experts of India will be able to get work visas in Germany.

Chancellor Scholz is on an official visit to India from Saturday, February 25, 2023. During his trip, several senior officials and members of high-level business delegations accompanied the German Chancellor. The international leader shared that he hopes to introduce modernization of the bureaucratic process> additionally, he also hopes to introduce legal modernization to the process.

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Olaf Scholz noted that Germany needs several skilled workers to meet the software demand of the country. Accordingly, the country seeks to make it easier for skilled software experts to relocate to India with their families.

To add to his remarks, Olaf said that the people should be allowed to come to Germany without a job offer in the initial stages. At the same time, relaxing the language requirements would also prove to be beneficial for the aspirants of travelling to Germany. He acknowledged that in the absence of the relaxations, the IT experts would be drawn to English-speaking nations.

In line with this, the German Chancellor noted that the IT Specialists travelling to Germany can easily converse with his colleagues as the people in Germany can also converse in english. At this point, he noted that the German language can be learnt later.

Meanwhile, Germany’s Chancellor visited IT companies in Bengaluru. The company includes a site operated by the German software company SAP. He shared that the team also met with the players from the IPL team, the Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Meanwhile, in the joint press meeting that Olaf Scholz and PM narendra Modi attended together, Scholz shared that India has developed tremendously. The change is good for the relationship between India and Germany.

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