Yucatan and Paraguay agreed to share knowledge in the technological and agro-industrial fields, as well as to expand trade exchanges through an agreement signed on Friday, January 19 by Governor Rolando Zapata Bello and the head of the Rural Association of Paraguay (ARP), Luis Villasanti.
During the first official visit of the Federal Executive to the South American country, the Yucatecan governor and the Paraguayan official signed the Framework Agreement for Interinstitutional Cooperation.
During the ceremony, held at the Embassy of Mexico in Paraguay, it was explained that the established agreement aims to identify, study, evaluate and deploy opportunities of mutual interest to define joint activities of scientific research, development, application and provision of technological services, as well as business options in those areas.
It is worth mentioning that the ARP is a private non-profit entity that seeks to make livestock production an instrument of progress with responsibility and in harmony with the environment, a vision that is reflected in the positioning of the livestock sector as the engine of global positioning for Paraguay, because its meat is among the best in the world.
The Yucatan Governor greeted Cartes Jara, with whom he exchanged views on cooperation, strengths and opportunities offered by the State, which have worked as a magnet for investment, they also talked about the result of the important economic and industrial growth registered in the region.
Zapata Bello intervened in an extended meeting, in presence of the secretaries of Foreign Affairs, Luis Videgaray Caso and Economy, Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, and Mexico’s ambassador to Paraguay, Fernando Ortega Bernese, along with the General Coordinator of Civil Protection, Luis Felipe Puente Espinosa.
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