Cambodia's Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries H.E. Veng Sakhon received there yesterday evening of group of Indian agricultural experts in Siem Reap province, home to Angkor temples.
According to the ministry's news release, H.E. Veng Sakhon and his Indian guests discussed the agricultural cooperation between the two countries.
Cambodia sought the assistance from India, a country with clear seed management system, to improve Cambodian agricultural sector, especially seed development.
In reply, the Indian side pledged to accept Cambodian agricultural scientists and officials to attend training in India, cooperate in promoting agricultural research and education, create a joint expert group to set forth strategies and action plan in support of agricultural research and education in Cambodia, exchange experience on phytosanitary, and so on.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press