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Czech delegation to India discusses cooperation in Energy, Heavy Industries Print E-mail
Written by Anand   
Sunday, 14 March 2010
New Delhi: A business delegation led by Mr. Tomas Huner, Dy. Minister of Industry and Trades, Czech Republic met Shri Arun Yadav, Minister of State of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises.

The two sides discussed the areas of possible cooperation between the Czech companies and India companies in nuclear, thermal, solar and hydro power projects. Areas of cooperation between the Czech companies and Indian Public Sector Enterprises in Heavy Industries, Machine tools, Heavy forging and allied areas were also discussed.

The delegation visited Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited( NPCIL) Corporate office, Mumbai. The members of delegation made detailed presentations to senior executives of NPCIL and Executive Committee members of Indian Atomic Industrial Forum (IAIF) highlighting the development of nuclear industry and capabilities of Czech Republic Industries in manufacturing equipment for Nuclear Power Plants.

The Czech delegation also had a detailed discussion with BHEL.

The Business Delegation from Czech Republic comprised of 20 Executives from 12 Companies.

The Czech delegation included Shri Jan Kreuter, Charge of Affairs, Embassy of the Czech Republic, Shri Ales John, Chairman of the Board and Director General, Nuclear Research Institute, Shri Oleg Hruska, Director, VITKOVICE Machinery Group, Shri Zdenek Sima, CEZ Group and Shri Josef Belac, Alta Co.

The Indian delegation comprised of Dr. S.N. Dash, Secretary Department of Heavy Industry, Shri Rajiv Bansal, Joint Secretary, Depatment of Heavy Industry and Shri Atul Saraya, Director, Project, BHEL.

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