Talking about the renewable energy, President Rahmon said that there are significant opportunities for Indian investors in Tajikistan's hydropower sector as it has now shifted its focus on developing green and clean energy in the wake of rising global warming.
Dr. Farooq Abdullah, India's union minister for new and renewable energy said Tajikistan being rich in water resources, there is a need for both India and Tajikistan to work together to utilize these resources effectively.
“We can help training people from your country in India and help in putting up pilot projects in your country as renewable energy is the only answer to save people from global warming,” Dr. Abdullah said in a statement.
He also urged the visiting president to enable direct air connectivity between the two countries for easy accessibility through airline services for trade and industry. About six memorandums of understanding (MoUs) were also signed during the business meetings between the two countries.
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