3 May 2016, Antalya, Turkey — FAO’s Director-General met here today with Eduard Grama, Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry of Moldova, on the margins of the 30th Regional Conference for Europe.
The Minister expressed satisfaction with his country’s collaboration with FAO, in particular in the area of genetic resources for food and agriculture. He requested additional assistance from the Organisation on groundwater resources, especially in relation to agriculture.
3 May 2016, Antalya, Turkey — Romania’s Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Achim Irimescu met with the Director-General here today, one day before the opening of FAO’s 30th Regional Conference for Europe.
The Minister indicated that Romania would welcome still greater collaboration with FAO in the form of field projects in the country. Of particular interest would be the strengthening of rural areas, especially mountainous areas, with special attention
3 May 2016, Antalya, Turkey - Vice Minister Gulmira Issayeva, of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan, met with the Director-General here today on the eve of the 30th Regional Conference for Europe.
Accelerated South-South Cooperation, especially with China in the field of organic agriculture, was a priority for Kazakhstan, she said, noting the growing demand for organic products in Russia, China and Iran.
The Vice Minister expressed satisfaction
3 May 2016, Antalya, Turkey - Darko Konjevic, General Director and Assistant Minister with Montenegro’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, met with FAO's Director-General today, on the eve of FAO’s 30th Regional Conference for Europe.
He provided an update on the status of Montenegro’s accession process to the European Union, and expressed his hope that three chapters (11, 12, 13) would be opened in June 2016. A priority for Montenegro is
26 April 2016, Vienna –FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva, and UNIDO’s Director General Li Yong today signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at bolstering collaboration between two UN agencies whose focus has increasingly been on making sure smaller-scale activities thrive in a globalized age.
The MoU outlined potential joint activities in areas such food processing and other value-adding activities in the farming, fisheries and forestry fields, investment promotion and