Singapore and Mexico to expand bilateral cooperation

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Singapore and Mexico to expand bilateral cooperation

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Singapore and Mexico has further expanded bilateral cooperation beyond just economics on 10th June 2016, into agriculture and food, education and technical cooperation.

The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA) and Mexico’s Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food Ministry (SAGARPA) will now boost their cooperation on various fronts like agriculture science and technology, policies and information, as well as food security.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs from both countries also signed an agreement on International Development Cooperation, where technical assistance and training will be rendered to developing countries, particularly in Latin America.

Both countries will further cooperate in the education field where there will be a greater exchange of information, and teachers and academic staff with the National Institute of Education (NIE).

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