Australia & Pakistan Decides To Share Agro-Technology
During Conversation, Trade Commissioner Stated That Agro-Technology Transfer Between The Two Nations Through Private Sector Coordination…
Australia and Pakistan have decided to share agro-technology with each other in order to improve the quality of human resources in Pakistan. While the former will also provide technical and agricultural training to Pakistan to uplift the quality of human resources. Australian Trade Commissioner said to Pakistan John Cavanaghon while speaking to the Federal Minister for National Food Security and Research Syed Fakhar Imam.
During their conversation, the trade commissioner stated that agro-technology transfer between the two nations through private sector coordination, which would help Pakistan’s agro-economy. John also agrees to assist in the advancement of agricultural research by providing high-quality human resources to the country’s research organizations.
The federal minister welcomed the trade commissioner and stressed that both countries should strengthen their relationship with regard to agro-economy, especially through the improvement of bilateral trade and transfer of agro-technology. The federal minister welcomed the trade commissioner and emphasized that both countries should strengthen agro-economic relationships through the improvement of bilateral trade and the transfer of agro-technology.
This news was originally published at BOL News