SUSTAINABLE PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN INDIA & CZECH TO GROW EVEN IN WATER: CZECH AMBASSADOR

SUSTAINABLE PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN INDIA & CZECH TO GROW EVEN IN WATER: CZECH AMBASSADOR

SUSTAINABLE PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN INDIA & CZECH TO GROW EVEN IN WATER: CZECH AMBASSADOR

 

No.PR-88
September 8, 2015
New Delhi

 

SUSTAINABLE PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN INDIA & CZECH TO GROW EVEN IN WATER: CZECH AMBASSADOR
 

Ambassador Designate, Embassy of the Czech Republic Mr. Milan Hovorka on Tuesday sought to build sustainable partnership between India and Czech Republic in multiple areas of trade and economics, particularly emphasizing that the latter can transform India’s water economy and its management as the Czech commands such technology at its procession in plenty.
 

The other areas unfolded by the Ambassador Designate of the Czech Republic for intense cooperation between the two countries comprised technologies, training and the like.
 

Presiding over a Business Promotion Seminar in Water Sector between Czech and Indian Companies under aegis of the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry here today, Mr. Hovorka asserted that his republic has solutions for future water needs of India for both domestic and industrial requirements as well in terms of quality and quantity because the Czech Republic has been undertaking such projects world over.
 

“The European Union which is by and large engulfed in recessionary and adverse economic implications at present, the Czech Republic which is one of its constituents has recorded a growth rate of 4.4% in the second quarter of the current fiscal which is an outstanding achievement in the entire EU.  Likewise, India has also been growing at a growth rate of 7% and thus the common growth factor between the two countries make them move closer to harness the respective potential of trade and economics in their respective domain and water sector being specific in it”, he pointed out adding that project execution in this sector are of paramount speed and pace in Czech Republic.
 

On the occasion, host of Indian and Czech companies interacted closely with their counterparts to strike collaboration to harness water potential of India through collaborated spirits and technology import.
 

Senior Vice President, PHD Chamber, Dr. Mahesh Gupta in his welcome remarks said that India was desperately looking for collaboration with the leading global companies to cleanse its rivers and other such water resources to cater to India’s water needs and welcomed a move for this likely to come from Czech Republic as it is a country that has such technologies and processes at its command.
 

Among others, who participated in a Seminar comprised Head of Commercial Section, Embassy of the Czech Republic Mr. Milan Tous, Czech Trade representative from Mumbai Mr. Tomas Rousek and Director PHD Chamber, Dr. Ranjeet Mehta.
 

ENDS

Koteshwar Prasad Dobhal
Consultant (PR)