Kazakhstan to study Israel’s agro-technologies and water management practices
Kazakhstan is set to study Israel’s
experience in the development of agro-industrial complex and water resources
management. Prospects for the application of new methods were discussed by Kazakh
Prime Minister Alikhan Smailov and Chairman of the Israel-Kazakhstan Chamber of
Commerce and Industry Michael Roee. At the meeting, Smailov noted that Kazakhstan
is ready to expand the scope of cooperation in areas such as water
conservation, introduction of modern drip irrigation technologies, development
of agrarian science, as well as in the use of modern approaches in cattle
breeding, milk production and poultry farming. For his part, Michael Roee stated
that Kazakhstan has the potential to fully cover the needs of the domestic
market and can make a huge contribution to ensuring global food security.
Following the meeting, the parties agreed to arrange an exchange of experience
and joint work on all the issues raised in the near future.