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New Center of Excellence for Citrus Inaugurated in India
31/12/2014
The new Center of Excellence was established in Nagpur, Maharashtra, and is part of the ongoing agricultural cooperation between Israel and India

Chief Minister of Maharashtra State, Devendra Fadnavis and Israel’s Ambassador to India, Daniel Carmon, at the inauguration ceremony

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The new Center of Excellence for Citrus was officially inaugurated in Bharat Nagar, Nagpur in December 24, by the Chief Minister of Maharashtra State, Mr. Devendra Fadnavis together with Israel’s Ambassador to India, Daniel Carmon, and in the presence of the Minister for Agriculture and Horticulture, Mr. Eknathrao Khadse.

Chief Minister, Davendra Fadnavis, stated that this new center will help boost the production of oranges from Nagpur and attract international markets, making it a global brand.

The new Indo-Israel Center, established in Nagpur, Maharashtra, is part of the ongoing agricultural cooperation between the two countries involving advanced Israeli nursery and fruit cultivating technologies, adapted for Indian conditions by local experts.

Under the three year work plan for Indo-Israel cooperation in agriculture, 28 Centers of Excellence in 10 states across India are in various stages of development.

 

Source: MFA

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