Turkish water leaders to visit

A delegation of Turkish water representatives will arrive here next week as guests of the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry in an effort to increase cooperation between the two countries in the water technology sector.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
October 18, 2007 06:55

 
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A delegation of Turkish water representatives will arrive here next week as guests of the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry in an effort to increase cooperation between the two countries in the water technology sector. Israel is one of the world leaders in developing new water treatment and desalination technologies, while Turkey is actively searching for avenues to combat its rapidly decreasing natural water reservoirs. The Ministry said it intends to send a delegation of water-industry leaders to Turkey sometime in 2008.

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