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Pakistan and Chinese Experts Forge Agricultural Alliance


Islamabad, 7 March 2024 (TDI): To strengthen agricultural collaboration between Pakistan and China,  the Diplomatic Insight Group (DIG) has hosted a distinguished delegation from China, comprising top agricultural scientists and business leaders.

This significant gathering aimed at fostering discussions on innovative agricultural practices, sustainable development, and the promotion of international agricultural cooperation.


Dr. Farhat Asif, Chairperson of Diplomatic Insight Group, and CEO Mr. Muhammad Asif Noor welcomed the Chinese delegation to their office. The delegation included Prof. Dr. He Cheng from China Agricultural University, Prof. Dr. Wang Jingyu from Northwest A&F University, and executives from leading companies like Tianjin Henrylead Biotechnology Development Co., LTD, and Fujian Shengnong Biotechnology Co., LTD, among others.

The Diplomatic Insight Group’s subsidiary, the Centre for Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and China Studies- Institute of Peace and Diplomatic Studies  (IPDS), is already playing a crucial role in enhancing Pakistan’s agriculture sector.

Through organizing seminars, webinars, and conferences, and facilitating Chinese agricultural companies in Pakistan, IPDS is at the forefront of bridging the knowledge and technology gap between Pakistan and China in agriculture.

The discussion was enriched as the participants discussed the future of agriculture and livestock management, including discussions on the growth of livestock, advancements in vaccinations, and the manufacturing of dairy products like cheese.

Particular emphasis was placed on the innovation in technological and scientific methods to enhance the health and productivity of cows, buffaloes, and other livestock, showcasing a shared vision for a more sustainable and efficient agricultural future.

One of the most enlightening parts of the meeting centered around the implementation of advanced scientific and technological strategies in livestock management.

The experts explored the development of comprehensive vaccination programs for poultry, innovative cheese manufacturing processes, and breakthroughs in improving the health of cows and buffaloes.

These discussions highlighted the potential for significant improvements in animal welfare and productivity and emphasized the importance of sustainable practices in the global food supply chain.

By hosting this significant dialogue, the Diplomatic Insight Group has reiterated its commitment to serving as a vital bridge between nations, aiming to foster corporate and trade alliances, and providing action-oriented solutions to complex global challenges.

“Our discussions with the Chinese delegation have opened new avenues for cooperation in the agricultural sector, marking a significant step towards achieving global food security,” said Dr. Farhat Asif, reflecting on the meeting’s success.

The Chinese delegation expressed a keen interest in continuing this dialogue, emphasizing the importance of collaborative efforts in advancing agricultural practices.

This meeting has laid the groundwork for future joint ventures, exchange programs, and research initiatives that promise to bring about transformative changes in agriculture and livestock management across the globe.

As DIG continues its mission to promote international cooperation, this collaboration serves as a shining example of how shared knowledge and innovation can lead to sustainable development and prosperity worldwide.


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