From 27 to 30 April 2015 a delegation of Romania is in Israel to participate in the 19th edition of the International Exhibition Agritech 2015, the most important event dedicated to agricultural technologies in Israel. In the Romanian delegation headed by Mrs. Otilia Manta, President / CEO of the Romanian Group for Investment and Consulting (RGIC), are representatives of the Academy of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences "Gheorghe Ionescu-Şişeşti" (ASAS), the institutes and research stations in agriculture, industry associations farmers, consultants in human resources, agriculture and rural development and farmers. The program includes a visit to Agritech exhibition, professional visits at kibutzs and at companies specializing in irrigation, greenhouses and dairy farms, meetings with representatives of Israeli farming companies and Israeli officials for an exchange of views and to assess the huge potential of cooperation in agriculture that exist between Romania and Israel. A special feature of this visit of the Romanian delegation is the attention paid to research and development. In this regard, a debate will take place on topic Technologies for innovation and research in agriculture and rural development, organized by the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute (IE & ICI). 

Also during this visit, the delegation of Romania will visit Israeli research institutes on agriculture. As is well known, research activity in technologies for agriculture in Israel is one of the best in the world, something that gives a special character to the romanian delegation presence in Israel. Mrs. Otilia Manta, President / CEO of the Romanian Group for Investment and Consulting (RGIC), declare that: "This delegation of Romania present at Tel Aviv to visit the Exhibition Agritech, preceded by Israeli Business Forum - Romanian held in March, continues the series of bilateral meetings Romanian - Israeli on agricultural technologies - an economic sector with great potential for development. This is confirmed by figures and specialists. Arable land and human resources of our agriculture with Israeli agro technology - one of the most modern and efficient in the world - can contribute to the development of Romanian agriculture and its transformation into a strong sector, on european and global competitive market." The visit is organized by the Economic Department of the Israeli Embassy in Romania and the Romanian Group for Investment and Consulting (RGIC), with the support of the Israeli Export and International Cooperation in Tel Aviv.