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Indo-Israel Center of Excellence for Vegetables inaugurated

 Indo-Israel Center of Excellence for Vegetables inaugurated


The Indo-Israel Center of Excellence for Vegetables was inaugurated by Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, on Thursday at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The center will focus on research and development of vegetables, fruit and flowers in Israel and the surrounding region.


Indo-Israel Center of Excellence for Vegetables inaugurated


The Indo-Israel Center of Excellence for Vegetables was inaugurated on Wednesday at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The center, which is funded by the Israel Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, was created in order to help increase agricultural production in Israel and India.


The Indo-Israel Center of Excellence for Vegetables inaugurated


The Indo-Israel Center of Excellence for Vegetables was inaugurated on Thursday in the presence of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The center, based at Israel’s agricultural research center in Kfar Saba, will focus on the development of vegetables in India. The goal is to increase crop yields, reduce dependence on imports, and create jobs in rural areas.


The center will help growers in both Israel and India to increase production of vegetables


The Indo-Israel Center of Excellence for Vegetables was inaugurated on Wednesday by Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel and Mr. Pankaj Sharma, the chief executive officer of the Indian Vegetable Export Development Agency (IVEDA). The center will help growers in both Israel and India to increase production of vegetables. It will also provide training in horticulture, food safety and quality assurance, as well as marketing and distribution.


The center will also promote research on vegetables and their health benefits


The Indo-Israel Center of Excellence for Vegetables was inaugurated on Monday in Tel Aviv. The center, which is funded by the Israeli government, will promote research on vegetables and their health benefits. According to the center's director, Dr. Moshe Ben Sasson, the goal of the center is "to provide a forum for scientists from both India and Israel to share their research findings and work together to improve vegetable cultivation and nutrition."


The center is funded by the Israeli government


The Indo-Israel Center of Excellence for Vegetables was inaugurated on October 26 in Rishon LeZion. The center is funded by the Israeli government and will be headed by Professor Shlomo Mor-Yosef, of the Agricultural Technology Institute in Rishon LeZion. The center's goal is to develop new varieties of vegetables and to improve the quality of existing crops.


The center is open to researchers from both Israel and India


The Indo-Israel center of excellence for vegetables was inaugurated on October 18th in the city of Rishon LeZion. The center is open to researchers from both Israel and India, with the aim of increasing the knowledge and production of vegetables in both countries. The center is run by the Israel Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Indian Council for Agricultural Research (ICAR).


The inauguration ceremony was attended by representatives of both Israeli and Indian business sectors as well as high-ranking officials from the Israeli government and ICAR. The center has already begun to increase the knowledge and production of vegetables in both countries, with plans to expand its activities further.


The center is expected to boost vegetable production in both Israel and India


The Indo-Israel Center of Excellence for Vegetables was inaugurated in Rishon LeZion on Sunday, with the aim of boosting vegetable production in both Israel and India. The center, which is funded jointly by the Israeli and Indian governments, will focus on developing new vegetable varieties and technologies, as well as increasing production. Director Aryeh Eldad said that the center would help to reduce food insecurity in both countries. The center is expected to create 150 new jobs over the next three years.

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