India, Poland sign agriculture agreement

Miranda GreerApr 28, 2017

Ansari is on a three-day state visit to Poland and will meet Polish President Andrzej Duda, who will make a state visit to India later this year.

The Vice President is accompanied by his wife Salma Ansari, Union Minister of State Small, Medium and Micro Industry Giriraj Singh, MP Sitaram Yechuri, MP Vivek Tankha, MP D P Tripathi and MP Thustan Chhuwang.

During his visit to the chancellery of the prime minister, a cooperation agreement on agriculture was signed between the Agriculture Minister of Poland Krzysztof Jurgiel and his Indian counterpart. He further said that there is a strong scope for co-operation between both the countries in sectors like solar energy, food processing, clean coal, treatment of waste water and solid waste.

India has close economic ties with Poland. Poland's transformation over the last two decades has been remarkable; the growth of its economy impressive. Our trade partnership which stands at Dollars 2.8 billion is increasing step by step. Investments are growing rapidly in both directions.

NewsGram brings to you top news around the world today. A vibrant democracy of 1.3 billion people with a young, skilled workforce, India offers an aspirational middle class market of over 400 million people. We have seen a strong global confidence in the India story, with a surge in Foreign Direct Investments, which reached over USA $ 50 billion in 2016. We have had talks where mutual cooperation can be enhanced. India's young are eager to seek educational opportunities that Poland offers.

"We already have some 2,500 Indian students in Poland". These students add to the resources of Poland's distinguished universities and will act as bridgeheads for our future engagements. I will not point out those countries, as it will lead to another matter.

"Addressing the Indian community here, he said a 25-hour stay is not a long stay, but it was very productive".

The two sides will explore more possibilities to strengthen their collaboration in mining, food processing and defence sectors.

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