Taiwan Technical Mission donates 3,500 pineapple slips to the Ministry of Agriculture

During a brief ceremony held this week, the Taiwan Technical Mission in St. Kitts and Nevis presented 3,500 tissue-cultured pineapple slips to the Ministry of Agriculture.
 
The presentation to the Ministry was made by the Resident Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to St. Kitts and Nevis, His Excellency Michael Lin at the Ministry of Agriculture’s Needsmust Farm along the Kim Collins Highway.
 
“This actually symbolizes the robust cooperation between our two countries and also the long-term commitment to our allies in the Caribbean,” Ambassador Lin said reports www.sknvibes.com
 
“We are very happy to share our experience and technology with St. Kitts and Nevis and I hope that I will definitely see maybe early next year the fruits of pineapple on sale, and we could also help this country to face the challenges of food security and nutrition in the post-pandemic era,” the Ambassador added.   
 


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