Bauchi – The Bauchi State Government says it will continue to partner with Czech Republic to boost tourism potential of the state.
This is contained in a press statement signed by Ibrahim Sani, Director Press to the Governor on Monday in Bauchi.
It stated that the partnership between the two parties would boost wild life conservation and anti-poaching measures toward attending world class practices.
It stated that Gov. Mohammed Abubakar, had led a delegation to the Czech Republic where the parties held series of meetings with technical partners.
The statement stated that the agreement focused on the development of the Yankari Game Reserve, Sumu Wild life Park and other conservation potential of the state.
It stated that the agreement would also harness the agriculture potential of the state and the country at large.
The statement emphasized that youths and other stakeholders would be involved in the development of small and medium scale farming using affordable mechanisation.
It stated that Bauchi State delegation also visited the Department of Tropical Agriculture, Life Sciences University, Prague, Czech Republic.
The statement added that the visit to fine tune educational cooperation between the state university in Gadua and Life Sciences University, Prague, Czech Republic.
According to the statement, the cooperation between the two universities will be in the areas of lecturers and students exchange programme and the establishment of Faculty of Agriculture.
Meanwhile, all necessary technical and bilateral details will soon be worked out by relevant government agencies and organisations. (NAN)