Malaysian Delegates Met CS, Discussed to Explore Oil Palm Sector
Hyderabad, Nov 17: A high level Malaysian delegation met the Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar and discussed the possibilities to explore partnership on oil palm sector with the Telangana government.
Chief Executive Officer of Malaysian Palm Oil Council Wan Aishah Wan Hamid, promotions and Communications Division Ms. Razita Razak, Council member Ms. ruchi Srivastava, Director General of malaysian Palm Oil Board Dr. Ahmad Parveez Ghulam Kadir, CEO Malaysian Palm Oil Certification Council Datuk Haji Daud Amatzin and Muhammed HansBin Abdullah, MalaysianPalm Oil Certification Council were part of the high level delegation.
Welcoming the delegation to the state, the Chief Secretary observed that the Telangana government has embarked on a massive program to promote oil palm cultivation in the state by targeting oil palm cultivation in 20 lakhs acres in a phased manner. The state imports seeds from Malaysia in large quantities, as such there is huge potential for both the countries in the oil palm sector.
Chief Secretary requested the delegation members to assist in speedy clearances for germinated seeds shipments being supplied by Malaysian companies. He sought the cooperation of Malaysia in training and certification support to the Oil Palm mission in Telangana. He wanted the delegation to work out a mutually beneficial mechanism for employment opportunities for Telangana youth in oil palm sector in Malaysia.
OSD Telangana Bhavan Sanjay Jaju, Secretary Agriculture & Co-operation Raghunandan Rao, Spl Secretary Industries Vishnuvardhan Reddy, TSIIC MD Narasimha Reddy, MD, TSOILFED Surender, Director Food Processing Society Akhil, Joint Director Horticulture Sarojini and other officials attended the
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