India & Mauritius sign MoU for Cooperation in the field of Cooperatives

India & Mauritius sign MoU for Cooperation in the field of Cooperatives

India offers to exchange its expertise and technology with Mauritius in agro industry, fisheries and dairy sector!

The Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Shri Radha Mohan Singh and Minister of Business, Enterprise and Cooperatives, Govt. of Mauritius, ShriSoomilduthBholahsigned on MoU for Cooperation in the field of Cooperatives & related areas here today. The MoU will enable the two countries to collaborate in this vital sector and can significantly benefit thousands of Mauritians.India offered to exchange its expertise and technology with Mauritius in agro industry, fisheries and dairy sector.

The two ministers expressed satisfaction at the historic, time-tested relationship between India and Mauritius which is anchored in linkages of culture and ancestry has grown from strength to strength over the years, adding that frequent high level visits have added significant momentum to the bilateral relationship between the two countries.

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