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Israeli and Indian industry cooperation to fight drought

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A memorandum of understanding was signed between the Indian company Tata and the Israeli company Watergen, which specializes in the extraction of drinking water from the air, which could alleviate the problem of India’s deadly drought. The document was signed in New Delhi during the Israeli visit of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu; the financial terms were not disclosed, but the president of Watergen, Mikhael Mirilashvili, explained his company’s plan to solve the water crisis in India by 2022 to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, stating that the two models of atmospheric water generators of Watergen are able to extract up to 6,000 liters of water from the air every day, depending on the humidity of the air. This is an agreement of fundamental importance in a country where, according to estimates reported by the Government to the Supreme Court, at least 330 million people in 2016 are affected by drought.

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