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India expresses its desire to export mango, sugar and potatoes to Uzbekistan

in response of importing green gram, gondh, walnuts, chickpea  from Uzbekistan. India gave proposal to Uzbekistan for importing sugar, mango and potato from India. In the meeting with   minister of agriculture and farmers welfare Radha Mohan Singh leader of both the nations has discuss about the making cooperation in farm and food processing sector. agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh has given confidence to  deputy prime minister  Sukhrob kholmuradov of Uzbekistan for mutual cooperation in sectors of  skill development, farm mechanization, development of green house gas and animal husbandry.

In a discussion Radha Mohan Singh said to his Uzbekistan counterpart that India has become favourite destination of investment in food processing sector. He stated that In order to increase the income of famers initiative of setting up of FPO and co-operative societies is being taken up. India can help Uzbekistan with its expertise in this sector. In a discussion of strengthening the bilateral cooperation between both the countries Referring to the remarkable progress made by India in the field of agriculture, Singh presented the details of various health reforms, including the development of organic farming, crop insurance scheme, electronic market and doubling the income of farmers by 2022.

Singh said India can train Uzbekistan in the development of Green House with the help of its Excellence Center. Agriculture Minister expressed his desire to make interaction between government agricultural institutions, scientists, and agricultural produce traders. He said India will cooperate in it. In the animal husbandry sector, he expressed his desire to work together. India is also keen to support the establishment of a food processing industry in Uzbekistan.



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