Pakistan sets up new Honeybee Research Laboratory with cooperation of Turkey

The inauguration was led by the Turkish Ambassador to Pakistan, Ihsan Mustafa Yurdakul, and his spouse.

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ImagePakistan has set up a Honeybee Research Laboratory with Turkey’s cooperation to bolster quality honey production in the South Asian country.

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In collaboration with the Honeybee Research Institute (HBRI), the Advanced Queen Bee Research Laboratory was inaugurated at a ceremony held at the National Agriculture Research Center (NARC) in the federal capital on Wednesday.

The inauguration was led by the Turkish Ambassador to Pakistan, Ihsan Mustafa Yurdakul, and his spouse.

The Chairperson of the Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC), Muhammad Azeem Khan, and the Islamabad Coordinator for the Turkish Cooperation & Coordination Agency (TIKA), Gökhan Umut, were also present on occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, Yurdakul expressed Turkey’s commitment to promoting cooperation with Pakistan in various fields.

He pointed out that all the nations in the world are faced with the issue of food security.

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He expressed that both Pakistan and Turkey should work together to ensure their food security.

According to a TIKA statement, fifty Turkish-style beehives were also donated for research.

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The project’s main objective is to help boost honey production and bee colony productivity in Pakistan, the statement said.

Quality control will be ensured by using the latest technology in the sophisticated laboratory, it added.

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“The lab will help improve quality standards for higher honey production in Pakistan,” expressed Gökhan Umut.

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