Mayor Eric Adams visited a welcome center for migrants and asylum seekers on the final day of his trip to Italy Sunday.

As the migrant situation remains a prominent issue in New York City, Adams said he scheduled a stop at the facility outside Rome in order to learn about how Italy is handling its own influx of migrants.

Adams said he’s impressed with the way the Italian system quickly allows migrants to begin working, and teaches them basic Italian language skills.

“I’m going to, upon returning, really lean into international affairs, developing a regular communication with our mayors across the city, particularly big cities like Rome," Adams said.

Adams also spent time visiting with Jewish communities in Rome and visited Rome’s Grand Mosque.

Saturday, the mayor met with Pope Francis at the Vatican, and took part in an international conference called the “World Meeting on Human Fraternity,” which sponsored the mayor’s trip.

Adams is expected to return to the city on Monday.