The UAE and India have engaged in a strategic co-operation on food security alliance and energy security with the development of an Indian Food City in the emirates.
The minister unveiled its plan on the new food security alliance on her two-day visit to India inventing a future feasible market for both countries.
She described it as “work in progress” following her visit which generated wide interest in India in view of the critical importance of food security for the second most populous country in the world.
The UAE Ambassador to India, Dr. Ahmed Al Banna also stressed the immense possibilities for productive engagement between the two countries on the strategic partnership.
Mutual protection of trademarks calls for augmenting co-operation in the joint venture of the two countries.
The Indian Food City is set to bring its advanced food and agricultural technology harnessed in the UAE for mutual benefit basis along with several UAE companies which focus to promote business in the food sector.
The list of companies included ADVOC, which specializes in vegetable oil exports and Lulu, which sources food from India for its retail chains on a large scale.