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India - Australia - Israel Track II Trilateral Dialogue

24 April 2015

Anthony Pratt teamed up with former Israeli President Simon Peres and a major Indian not-for-profit centre to back a three-way alliance between Australia, Israel and India to help transform food and water security on the subcontinent.

Last year, Anthony Pratt teamed up with former Israeli President Simon Peres and a major Indian not-for-profit centre to back a three-way alliance between Australia, Israel and India to help transform food and water security on the subcontinent.

The Pratt Foundation is teaming with India’s Ananta Centre and Tel Aviv University to increase co-operation between India, Israel and Australia on addressing water and food security issues.

The venture known as the India-Australia-Israel Track II Trilateral Dialogue, is seeking the backing of global corporations, governments and not-for-profit organisations to help bankroll a major agricultural project in India to be launched later this year.

Anthony Pratt noted, “We are co-operating with regional neighbours…..for future export opportunities. It’s not a short term opportunity…….India is going to grow from 3% of the world’s economy to 20% of the world’s economy. India is the next great global opportunity.”

 



 

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