Sequa Institute holds annual meeting in Iran

Tehran (IP) - The annual meeting of Sequa Institute (Project for Training Technical and Vocational Skills for Afghan Refugees) in Iran was virtually held to discuss the ideas and approaches to training Afghan refugees in Iran.

Iran PressIran news: The meeting held on Tuesday was attended by the Director-General of Citizens and Foreign Immigrants of the Ministry of Interior, Directors-General of Citizens and Foreign Immigrants of the provincial governments, representative of Germany's Embassy to Tehran, and the representatives of several Iranian NGOs. 

Director-General of Citizens and Foreign Immigrants of the Ministry of Interior appreciated Sequa institute for holding the meetings and said that the discussions in the meetings would lead to the empowerment of the refugees and preparing the grounds for their voluntary return to their homeland. 

Mehdi Mahmoudi pointed to Iran's hosting the Afghan refugees for over four decades and noted that, like the Iranian people, they enjoyed all educational, health, medical, vocational training, etc., services.

Mahmoudi stressed the creation of the necessary infrastructure in Afghanistan and the voluntary return of the refugees to their country as the most significant priority to solve the problem of asylum-seeking and provide the Afghan graduates with incentives to return to their homeland reconstruct it.

Sequa gGmbH is a globally operating non-profit development organization. Since 1991, Sequa has carried out programs and projects of international cooperation in close collaboration with the German private sector. Its activities concentrate on private sector development. Sequa offers know-how and long-term experience in capacity development for business memberships organizations (BMOs), vocational education and training and trade promotion. 


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