Quezon Rep. Mark Enverga looks to Israel for help in agriculture
Quezon Rep. Mark Enverga is hoping to improve agriculture in his province, and he is going to get help from Israel.
Enverga recently met with Israeli Ambassador Rafael Harpaz and Deputy Chief of Mission Yulia Rachinsky-Spivakov, he said on Facebook.
They discussed ways Israel and the Philippines could cooperate in agriculture, including matters pertaining to a solar irrigation system, water management, and agro-studies.
Maybe their expertise could reinvigorate Quezon agriculture.
“Meeting with Ambassador Rafael Harpaz and Deputy Chief of Mission Ms. Yulia Rachinsky-Spivakov, discussed about the strong cooperation between Israel and the Philippines in the field of agriculture such as the solar irrigation system, water management, and Agro-studies program,” Enverga posted.
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