Brussels, November 24 The European Commission released a multi-year action plan on the 24th aimed at promoting the integration of immigrants into European society.
According to the European Commission, the action plan identifies targeted support measures, taking into account factors such as gender, religious background and other factors that may pose challenges to the integration of immigrants into European society.
According to this action plan, the EU’s priority measures over the next seven years relate to the education and training of immigrants, employment and skills identification, health services, living conditions, etc.
“Inclusion and inclusion policies are critical to new immigrants and local European societies, helping to enhance social cohesion and boost the European economy,” said Margaritis Shinas, vice chairman of the European Commission.
According to statistics, about 34 million EU citizens born outside the EU, accounting for 8% of the total EU population.