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IICA and Germany will build an agro-environmental agenda

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Published Feb 24, 2024

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The Inter-American Institute of Cooperation for Agriculture (IICA) and Germany's Federal Minister of Agriculture and Food, Cem Özdemir, have agreed to enhance dialogue between the Americas and Europe, focusing on agriculture and the environment. They plan to use IICA as a bridge for joint work and are considering a meeting of Agriculture ministers from both continents. The IICA director general highlighted the crucial role of rural women in knowledge transmission and environmental protection, calling for improved policies to boost their involvement in rural productive and social life. He also met with directors of Crop Life and the German Society for International Cooperation in Berlin.
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Strengthening dialogue between the Americas and Europe and advancing the construction of common paths towards a transformation of activity that focuses on the link between agriculture and the environment were the conclusions of a meeting held in Berlin between the director general of the Inter-American Institute of Cooperation for Agriculture (IICA), Manuel Otero, and the Federal Minister of Agriculture and Food of Germany, Cem Özdemir. During the meeting, the officials agreed on the need for IICA to be the connection for joint work between the two continents, thus taking advantage of the presence and technical cooperation work of the Institute in favor of agricultural development and rural well-being in the 34 countries. of the Americas. “We are promoting the deepening of the relationship between the two continents, since we are fully convinced that it will benefit both. Dialogue and joint work is the best path available to us if we want to save forests and move towards more ...
Source: AgroPeru
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