Wales government to discuss with welsh companies on investing in gift city in kochi:
The Kerala government has agreed on a student exchange programme and is sending the healthcare workers to Wales, which is held by the government. A Kerala chief minister has been on a tour of Europe, including a stop in London to promote a programme that will send health workers from Kerala to Wales, as well as student exchanges through the taith program.
The Taith programme is a five-year Welsh government initiative that brings students and educators from all over the world to Wales.with the aim of raising its benefits to the country’s international profile. Earlier, Kerala industries minister Veena George had been welcomed to Cardiff, in Wales.
According to officials, chief minister Pinarayi Vijayans, who was part of the Wales ministerial delegation from Kerala, stated that the government will take the initiative to discuss with companies about investing in the gift city, which will be launched in Kochi, which is located in the southern state.
The chief minister officer stated in a statement that a decision was also made to sign a memorandum of understanding with the Welsh government for the purpose of sending health professionals from Kerala to the European country.and also said that the first batches of health professionals under the memorandum of association are expected to arrive in Wales by next year.
The discussion was held in between the Kerala delegation, which was held by the chief minister, Pinarayi Vijayan, and interaction with the first minister of Wales’ government, Mr. Mark Drake, as well as with the other members of his government, including along with the Welsh health minister and social service minister, Eluned Morgan.
Furthermore, the CMO stated that, according to a study conducted by the school of architecture, the problems highlighted by the port city of Kochi were noise pollution, water pollution, traffic, and other general pollution, among other things, faced by pedestrians.There should be a need to maintain biodiversity etc.