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Nitish Kumar emphasises for technological exchange with Brazil

Nitish Kumar  emphasises for technological exchange with Brazil

Patna, Dec 8 (UNI) Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today discussed for exchange

of technologies with Brazil on veterinary development in Bihar.

The Brazilian Amabassador André Aranha Corrêa do Lago called on the chief

minister at the latter’s official residence here where they discussed for the exchange

of technologies.

Mr Kumar invited Brazilian delegation to visit Bihar for the purpose.

During the meeting, Mr Kumar elaborating about the culture of Bihar and said

that veterinary university has been established in the state.

He said that Bihar would get benefit with the high grade veterinary technologies

of Brazil for which it is popular all over the world.

Sugar cane farming, bio fuel and environment pollution were the major topic on

which discussions were held during the meeting.

The Ambassador said that chances for entering into agreements on these core

issues were high in future.

UNI RS BM

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