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Parshottam Rupala Held Bilateral Meeting with New Zealand Minister of Trade and Export and Agriculture

The two sides discussed the potential bilateral cooperation to strengthen Foot and Mouth Disease capability to advance India’s and New Zealand’s primary sectors.

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Union Minister of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying, Shri Parshottam Rupala held a bilateral meeting today with New Zealand Minister of Trade and Export and Agriculture, H.E Mr. Damien O’connor.

The two sides discussed the potential bilateral cooperation to strengthen Foot and Mouth Disease capability to advance India’s and New Zealand’s primary sectors.  During the meeting, both sides felt that there is much to learn from each other in the related fields. The cooperation discussed today will help enhance bilateral cooperation between the two countries.

Exchanging information and expertise will help build the knowledge and capability of each other’s animal husbandry sector, which will have mutual benefits for both countries.

Both the dignitaries have discussed various ideas to further strengthen the close and unique India-New Zealand friendship.

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