Israel, Haryana Government Sign Joint Declaration On Water Cooperation
Tags: International Relations
Recently, the Government of Israel and Haryana signed a Joint Declaration on Capacity Building and Integrated Water Resource Management.
Under this agreement, Israel will share its most advanced and state-of-the-art water technologies, expertise and know-how with the Government of Haryana.
Through this joint declaration, the Government of Israel and Haryana will endeavour to strengthen existing ties in the water management sector, improve public health in the region and conserve water resources in public water areas in Haryana.
India-Israel Diplomatic Relations
India officially recognized Israel in 1950, but the two countries established full diplomatic relations on January 29, 1992.
India was one of the 164 members of the United Nations that had diplomatic relations with Israel.
During April 2020-February 2021, the bilateral trade between the two stood at $4.14 billion, with the balance of trade in favour of India.
India is Israel's third largest trading partner in Asia, while the 7th largest worldwide partner.
India is the largest buyer of military equipment from Israel. Israel is India's second largest defence supplier, Russia's largest defence supplier.
India and Israel signed a three-year work program agreement for agricultural cooperation in May 2021.
The program seeks to develop existing Centres of Excellence, bring Centres of Excellence into self-sustaining mode and encourage private sector companies and collaborations.
Israel is a country located in Southwest Asia.
Capital - Jerusalem,
Israel's Tel Aviv city is the most expensive city in the world
President- Isaac Herzog
Prime Minister- Naftali Bennett
Currency- Israeli shekel
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