LANDBANK President and CEO Cecilia Cayosa Borromeo (4th from left) and other Bank officers welcome Israeli Ambassador to the Philippines Ilan Fluss (3rd from left) on 17 January 2023 to discuss potential collaboration programs geared towards advancing innovation and development in the country. Joining them from Israel-based AgroStudies are CEO Yaron Tamir (2nd from left) and Deputy Inbal Shoval (leftmost).

LANDBANK, Israel Embassy explore partnership to boost PH development

To further strengthen bilateral relations between the Philippines and Israel, the Land Bank of the Philippines (LANDBANK) and the Israel Embassy explored possible areas of collaboration to advance economic development in the country.

Israeli Ambassador to the Philippines Ilan Fluss paid a courtesy visit to LANDBANK President and CEO Cecilia C. Borromeo at the LANDBANK Plaza on 17 January 2023. The principals discussed Israel’s modern technologies and best practices for possible adoption in the Philippines, to be supported by LANDBANK’s expertise in agriculture and development financing.

“LANDBANK continues to explore strategic partnerships to help advance national development. We look forward to collaborate with the government towards the adoption of innovative technology and approaches, especially in the agriculture sector,” said LANDBANK President and CEO Cecilia Cayosa Borromeo, who was joined by Senior Vice President Elcid C. Pangilinan and Assistant Vice President Edgardo S. Luzano during the meeting.

Ambassador Fluss was joined by representatives from AgroStudies, an international training center in Israel which offers agricultural internships to students from developing countries, led by its CEO Yaron Tamir and Deputy Inbal Shoval. 

A potential partnership to endorse qualified Filipino students to undergo advanced learning and skills development training in agriculture technology and innovation in Israel was also discussed, aimed to help develop a more sustainable agriculture sector in the country.

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