Great opportunity for trade growth between India and Australia.


Mumbai, Feb 08 : The friendship between India and Australia is strong and the Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Council Dr. Neelam Gorhe expressed the hope that the trade circle will further increase in various sectors such as dairy products, Ayurvedic medicines, tourism expansion, spices, agricultural production processing industries like wineries, technology, higher education.(ads1)

Australia’s High Commissioner to India Mr. Berry O Farrell, Consul Mr. Peter Truswell, Deputy Consul Mr. Michael Brown met the Deputy Chairman Dr. Had a goodwill meeting with Gorhe. She was speaking while giving information about various schemes and activities going on in the state regarding women empowerment.

Great opportunity for trade growth between India and Australia.

The High Commissioner, Mr. Berry O’Farrell, expressed the hope that substantial work can be done in the field of women’s empowerment and employment creation through the coordination of governmental and non-governmental organizations in Australia. There are more than 10 million people of Indian origin living in Australia. India’s trade with Australia can also be increased through them. Yoga Vidya and Ayurvedic medicines are in great demand in Australia as well as across the world. Many progressive farmers in Maharashtra cultivate only agricultural products with medicinal properties. The issue of promoting the export of these products was discussed extensively bilaterally. Mr. Aditya Thackeray, Member of Legislative Assembly, when he was the Minister of Tourism, conducted the Coastal Safety Training Program, Consul Mr. Peter Truswell expressed his opinion that it should be continued.(ads2)

Deputy Speaker, Dr. Neelam Gorhe informed that on the upcoming International Women’s Day, the budget session of the Legislature has taken the initiative to discuss women’s issues in both houses. Dr. Neelam Gorhe, Vice Chairman, presented his booklet “From Equity to Development: Identification and Challenges of Sustainable Development Goals” on this occasion.

Ravindra Khebudkar, Private Secretary of Hon’ble Deputy Speaker, Special Task Officer, Pradeep Thackeray, Dr. Archana Patil, Public Relations Officer Nilesh Madane, Kaustubh Khandekar were present on this visit.

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