India, China to revitalize cooperation in agriculture

By agencies   |   Tuesday, 29 March 2005, 08:00 Hrs
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BEIJING: India and China have reached an agreement to "revitalize" and "diversify" their cooperation in agricultural and allied sectors, including dairy and fisheries, so as to strengthen the overall bilateral ties, official sources said on Tuesday.

The agreement was reached after Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar met his Chinese counterpart Du Qingling at Beijing on Monday during which the two sides had in-depth discussions on ways to promote bilateral cooperation in the agricultural sector.

The two Ministers had assessed the existing state of bilateral cooperation in the field of agriculture and agreed to "revitalize" various aspects of cooperation in this sector through mutually agreed mechanisms, the sources said.


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