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Czech delegation visit Chamber House in Jammu; Discussion on Business aspects


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Czech Delegation visit Chamber House in Jammu

JAMMU, Apr 29:  A delegation of Czech Republic led by  Mr. Karel Schwarzenberg,Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee accompanied by Mr. Pavel Holik,Vice Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Mr. Leo Luzar, Chairman of the Subcommittee for External Economic Relations, Mr. Karel Rais, Chairman of the Subcommittee for Development Cooperation, H.E. Mr. Milan Hovorka,Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Czech Republic to India, Mrs. Zuzana Putnarova, Secretary of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Mr. Roman Masarik,Deputy Head of Mission of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in New Delhi, Mrs. Silvie Ginterova,Interpreter visited  Chamber House today to meet and interact with Sh. Rakesh Gupta, President Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Sh. Deepak Aggarwal, Jr. Vice President CCI , Sh. Rahul Mahajan, Secretary CCI, Sh. Vikrant Kuthiala, Chairman, PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry(J&K Chapter), Sh. Rahul Sahai, Vice Chairman CII (J&K Chapter), Sh. Lalit Mahajan, Chairman Federation of Industries Jammu were also present in the meeting.

The main issues discussed in the meeting included exchange of technology in the field of textile manufacturing and also student and teacher exchange programs in tourism sector. It was also desired by the Czech Republic delegation that a delegation of Chamber of Commerce & Industry Jammu should visit their country which would give a great boost in the fields of tourism exchange, better education facilities in the field of tourism and technology update in the industries. The Chamber President Sh. Rakesh Gupta requested the visiting delegation to visit Jammu again but for a few days so that the Chamber could show them the places like Bhaderwah, Patnitop and Mansar etc. The delegation further asked if Jammu industries could export products to their country for which they could facilitate the meetings.

 

 


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