Heil recruits nurses in India

Hubertus Heil (SPD), Federal Minister of Labor and Social Affairs, speaks at the Goethe Center to Indian nurses who want to work in Germany and learn the language to do so. /photo alliance, Christophe Gateau

Thiruvananthapuram Federal Labor Minister Hubertus Heil announced healthcare workers for Germany in India. I am delighted that so many young people want to come to Germany as carers, said the SPD politician in Thiruvananthapura.

There he met qualified nurses who were planning to go to Germany. The minister further emphasized that people have a realistic image of Germany. They know the advantages of our country. But they also gave him homework.

Young people are very concerned about the German language. They think the language level required is too high. I’ll take this with me, but I can’t promise anything.

Heil emphasized that the requirements are so high for two reasons. First of all, to guarantee the quality of this particular work, care. On the other hand, speaking the language is also important for integration into a society.

Heil is visiting India, the world’s most populous country with around 1.4 billion inhabitants, partly because of the migration of skilled workers and partly because of the upcoming summit of labor ministers of the G20 in Indore, in the state of Madhya. Pradesh.

India is chairing the important G20 countries this year and the main summit will take place in the capital New Delhi in September. © dpa/aerzteblatt.de

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