New Delhi: India and Germany have signed a joint declaration on sustainable management of agro-ecology and natural resources.
According to a statement issued by the Indian Ministry of Agriculture, various initiatives are being taken between India and Germany in sustainable management of agro-ecology and natural resources. Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Minister of Agriculture and Agrarian Welfare, and Svenza Sulzev, Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany, signed a declaration on video on Monday.
This joint research will encourage educational institutions from both countries to share knowledge and innovation initiatives among farmers. Technological change, scientific energy, exchanges, collaborations and joint research with the private sector will be encouraged.
Under this plan, the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development will provide 300 300 million in financial and technical assistance by 2025. Thus it is stated.