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Minsters have welcomed the support of around 150 MEPs who have asked the European Commission to explore how Scotland could continue to take part in the popular Erasmus exchange programme. The move comes a week after Further and Higher Education Minister Richard Lochhead held productive talks with Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth Commissioner Mariya Gabriel to explore the idea. Until last year, over 2,000 Scottish students, staff and learners took part in the scheme annually, with Scotland attracting proportionally more Erasmus participants from across Europe – and sending more in the other direction – than any other country in the UK.

Lochhead said: “Losing Erasmus is huge blow for the thousands of Scottish students, community groups and adult learners – from all demographic backgrounds – who can no longer live, study or work in Europe.“It also closes the door for people to come to Scotland on Erasmus to experience our country and culture and it is heartening to see that loss of opportunity recognised by the 145 MEPs from across Europe who want Scotland’s place in Erasmus to continue. I am grateful to Terry Reintke and other MEPs for their efforts and thank them for extending the hand of friendship and solidarity to Scotland’s young people. I sincerely hope we can succeed.

„Jau turėjau virtualų susitikimą su komisaru Gabrieliu. Mes sutarėme, kad pasitraukimas iš „Erasmus“ yra labai apgailėtinas, ir toliau su ES tirsime, kaip maksimaliai padidinti Škotijos nuolatinį bendradarbiavimą su programa. Aš taip pat kalbėjau su savo Velso vyriausybės kolega ir sutikau palaikyti glaudžius ryšius “.

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