Israel-UP sign water cooperation
Israel and Uttar Pradesh in August ...
Israel and Uttar Pradesh in August signed an agreement to establish the India-Israel Bundelkhand Water Project. The project aims to demonstrate and implement the Israeli model for water management tailored to the water challenges of the Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh.
The project comprises three key-components of the value chain: water conservation, water efficient transportation, and advanced water practices for agriculture. The agreement was signed by Israel’s Ambassador to India, Ron Malka and UP’s Agriculture Production Commissioner Alok Sinha.
On the occasion, Ambassador Malka said: “This is another example of the multifaceted partnership between Israel and India. Israel is keen to share its most advanced, innovative, and cutting-edge water technologies with the Government of Uttar Pradesh. Water security is the top priority in our strategic water partnership with India.”