Chandigarh, May 20 UNI | 2 months ago

The Israel Ambassador in India, Alon Ushpiz called on Haryana Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda in New Delhi today to discussed various projects for implementation in Haryana State.


Mr Ushpiz said we have selected seven sites in rural areas of Haryana for implementation of Waste Water Treatment Programme with the assistance of an Israel company in collaboration of Horticulture Department, Haryana.

Mr Ushpiz further said the Indo-Israel Centre of Excellence for Vegetables at Ghauranda in Karnal district and Indo-Israel Centre of Excellence for Fruits at village Mangiyana in Sirsa district are showcasing various projects in Horticulture sector being implemented with mutual cooperation between Israel and Haryana.

Mr Ushpiz appreciated the efforts and cooperation extended by Haryana Government in implementation of these projects and said that 'we love Haryana and its people'.

The Israel Ambassador, Mr Ushpiz invited Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Hooda to visit Israel. Haryana CM Mr Hooda accepted the invitation and said he will visit Israel at the appropriate time.

Mr Hooda also expressed his gratitude towards cooperation and support given by Israel in the field of Horticulture in Haryana Mr Hooda said India will be highly benefitted by the projects being implemented in collaboration with Israel in near future.

The meeting was also attended by Principal Secretary to Haryana Chief Minister, S S Dhillon, Principal Resident Commissioner P K Mahapatra and Managing Director, HSIIDC, Tarun Bajaj.

(Posted on 21-05-2014)