Taiwan is a member of the Asia-Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions. Since 2008, it has contributed annually to promote the Asia-Pacific Agricultural Biotechnology Alliance. The representative office in Thailand held a donation ceremony today, hoping to strengthen the alliance with the alliance. .
The Asia-Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions (APAARI) was established in 1990 by the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (FAO-RAP). Its members include countries, agricultural organizations and research institutions. In Bangkok, Thailand.
Taiwan joined the Alliance in 1999 and became a member. Since 2008, it has contributed to the Alliance to help promote the Asia Pacific Agricultural Biotechnology Alliance (APCoAB) program. This morning, the representative office in Thailand hosted a donation ceremony by Tong Zhenyuan, a representative of Thailand.
Ravi Khetarpal, Executive Secretary of the Asia-Pacific Agricultural Research Institutions Alliance, said that Taiwan is an important partner of the Asia-Pacific Agricultural Research Institutions Alliance and has abundant natural and scientific human resources. The Asia-Pacific Agricultural Research Institutions Alliance hopes to showcase Taiwan’s agricultural technology. Other countries.
Ravi said that Taiwan’s land area is not large, but the export volume of agricultural products is very high, and it can produce large output in a limited space, representing Taiwan’s potential in the agricultural field is very high.
Ravi said that Taiwan’s research institutions, including ZTE, Taiwan University and the Academia Sinica Agricultural Biotechnology Research Center are also members of the Asia-Pacific Agricultural Research Institutions Alliance.