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Convening of the First Meeting of Agriculture Committee of Kermanshah Chamber

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The first meeting of agriculture committee was convened in conference hall of Kermanshah Chamber, as reported by Public Relations Department of Kermanshah Chamber.
Recalling the serious crisis of water in the state, Mr. Keyvan Kashefi, member of boarding committee of Iran Chamber and head to Kermanshah Chamber of Commerce said: "Kermanshah Province has confronted with water crisis since several years ago."
Stating the fact that elites, educated people and thinkers constitute the Chamber, he added that the work as a powerful consultancy work force.
Mr. Nasser Moradi, head to Committee of Agriculture of the Chamber said: "Some issues must be set forth in the Committee of Agriculture with capability of pursue and execution from high ranking officials." He added that the committee pursues the farmers' claims intensively.
Pointing out to impediments of production in agriculture sector, he said: "Mechanization of agriculture is a core principle that is pursued by the Committee. Agriculture, nowadays, is done with the help of technology worldwide; however, we still use traditional ways in our country.
At the end, committee's members discussed about various subjects such as definition of agriculture, increase in cultivation of chickpea, branding agricultural productions of Kermanshah, exportation of the Province's productions, considering water and draught issues and fighting against illegal wells, striding for obviation of production impediments, determination of alternative cultivations, considering agriculture economics, giving special attention to environment, increasing productivity, prioritization of cultivations with special attention to the Province's conditions, paying attention to training, soil and agricultural products health issues, exportation of technical and Eng. services etc.

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