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India donated the final trench of $3 million for the establishment of Technopark in Ramallah. The final cheque was a part of India’s commitment made in 2016 as a part of the bilateral assistance project to denote $12 million for Technopark. The latest $3 million contributions complete India’s commitment for assistance in Technopark.

The Palestine-Indo Technopark that is built in Ramallah, near Bir Zeit University will be an epicenter for Palestinian IT entrepreneurs as the Technopark will serve as a launching pad for them to connect them to the local, regional and global markets.

The Technopark project is about to get completed and as per sources, the project is likely to get inaugurated in February or March of next year.
Sunil Kumar who is the Representative of India (ROI) in Palestine handed over the $3 million cheques to Dr. Majdi Al-Khaldi, Diplomatic Adviser to the President. The handing over of cheque was done in a ceremony organized at the project site and it was attended by Chairman of the Board of Directors, Dr. Abdul Latif Abu Hijleh, and members of the administrative board.

Dr. Majdi Al-Khaldi was seen overwhelmed with the generosity and support of the Indian people and the Indian government. He expressed his gratitude and thanks to the Indians for this and “partnership in sharing expertise and capacity building efforts”.
“It is a gift from India that will serve various Palestinian sectors and will constitute Palestine’s launching pad to the IT markets in the region and the world,” he said

Sunil Kumar, Representative of India (ROI) in Palestine described the Palestine-India Techno Park “as another major icon of Indo-Palestinian partnership and friendship” He called it the “unwavering support to Palestine” by the Indian people and the Government.

He also said that the aim of Techno Park is to create a “suitable environment for start-ups, research, and development and innovation initiatives, in addition to establishing a solid infrastructure that supports technology clusters that operate successfully on local, regional and global levels”.

Technopark in Ramallah will be the new IT hub of Palestine with a one-stop solution. It will be equipped with facilities and solutions for all related service requirements. The aim of the park is to increase employment for youth and give a boost to local businesses, universities, and other institutions. Techno Park can host IT companies and foreign companies and can provide state-of-the-art technology.

Under the partnership for development in India and Palestine Indian government is funding eight projects in Palestine. Among the eight funded projects with a net worth of $59 million
Is a 215-bed Super Specialty Hospital in Bethlehem and Information Technology Park, National Printing Press. Other projects included in it are the Turathi-Women Empowerment Project, Diplomatic Training Institute, and three schools in various governorates of Palestine.

India’s ongoing assistance programs in Palestine aims to increase the strength of capacity-building efforts. These efforts mainly focus on institutions, services, and training personnel. India’s capital is providing places for Palestinian professionals every year under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) program. Under the ITEC 150 professors can be recruited. In addition to that 100 educational scholarships at the level of graduate, postgraduate, and Ph.D. in the Indian Universities for Palestinian students.

India has a strong bond of friendship with Palestine and this friendship is an integral part of their foreign policies. Many times India has supported Palestine on International grounds. In recent years, Trade between India and Palestine has also shown improvement. Palestine imports a variety of products from India such as fabrics, garments, and food items,

India donated the final trench of $3 million for the establishment of Technopark in Ramallah. The final cheque was a part of India’s commitment made in 2016 as a part of the bilateral assistance project to denote $12 million for Technopark. The latest $3 million contributions complete India’s commitment for assistance in Technopark.

The Palestine-Indo Technopark that is built in Ramallah, near Bir Zeit University will be an epicenter for Palestinian IT entrepreneurs as the Technopark will serve as a launching pad for them to connect them to the local, regional and global markets.

The Technopark project is about to get completed and as per sources, the project is likely to get inaugurated in February or March of next year.
Sunil Kumar who is the Representative of India (ROI) in Palestine handed over the $3 million cheques to Dr. Majdi Al-Khaldi, Diplomatic Adviser to the President. The handing over of cheque was done in a ceremony organized at the project site and it was attended by Chairman of the Board of Directors, Dr. Abdul Latif Abu Hijleh, and members of the administrative board.

Dr. Majdi Al-Khaldi was seen overwhelmed with the generosity and support of the Indian people and the Indian government. He expressed his gratitude and thanks to the Indians for this and “partnership in sharing expertise and capacity building efforts”.
“It is a gift from India that will serve various Palestinian sectors and will constitute Palestine’s launching pad to the IT markets in the region and the world,” he said

Sunil Kumar, Representative of India (ROI) in Palestine described the Palestine-India Techno Park “as another major icon of Indo-Palestinian partnership and friendship” He called it the “unwavering support to Palestine” by the Indian people and the Government.

He also said that the aim of Techno Park is to create a “suitable environment for start-ups, research, and development and innovation initiatives, in addition to establishing a solid infrastructure that supports technology clusters that operate successfully on local, regional and global levels”.

Technopark in Ramallah will be the new IT hub of Palestine with a one-stop solution. It will be equipped with facilities and solutions for all related service requirements. The aim of the park is to increase employment for youth and give a boost to local businesses, universities, and other institutions. Techno Park can host IT companies and foreign companies and can provide state-of-the-art technology.

Under the partnership for development in India and Palestine Indian government is funding eight projects in Palestine. Among the eight funded projects with a net worth of $59 million
Is a 215-bed Super Specialty Hospital in Bethlehem and Information Technology Park, National Printing Press. Other projects included in it are the Turathi-Women Empowerment Project, Diplomatic Training Institute, and three schools in various governorates of Palestine.

India’s ongoing assistance programs in Palestine aims to increase the strength of capacity-building efforts. These efforts mainly focus on institutions, services, and training personnel. India’s capital is providing places for Palestinian professionals every year under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) program. Under the ITEC 150 professors can be recruited. In addition to that 100 educational scholarships at the level of graduate, postgraduate, and Ph.D. in the Indian Universities for Palestinian students.

India has a strong bond of friendship with Palestine and this friendship is an integral part of their foreign policies. Many times India has supported Palestine on International grounds. In recent years, Trade between India and Palestine has also shown improvement. Palestine imports a variety of products from India such as fabrics, garments, and food items,

India has a strong bond of friendship with Palestine and this friendship is an integral part of their foreign policies. Many times India has supported Palestine on International grounds. In recent years, Trade between India and Palestine has also shown improvement. Palestine imports a variety of products from India such as fabrics, garments, and food items,

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