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World Dairy Summit 2022: UP CM reviews preparation ahead of The Massive Event

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On Sunday evening, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath headed to Greater Noida to review the ongoing preparation for World Dairy Summit 2022.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to inaugurate the massive event that has been taking place in India after 48 years. The first World Dairy Summit held in India was in 1974. The event is attended by around 50 countries according to officials. 

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CM did a thorough site inspection for World Dairy Summit 2022

“The chief minister did a thorough site inspection of the helipad, exhibition hall and the main venue of the auditorium. After that, while meeting with the police administration, Indian Dairy Federation and other officials concerned, he said it was a matter of pride for UP to be hosting the event,” an official statement read.

“He said stakeholders from about 46 countries are participating in the event and a large number of foreign dignitaries will be participating, too, as he instructed officials to ensure that the visiting foreign guests be able to participate in the programme with ease,” it added.

During the on-field inspection, CM Yogi Adityanath was briefed by the members of the Indian Dairy Federation and National Dairy Development Board about the insights of the programme along with the way it will be conducted. 

Gautam Buddh Nagar District Magistrate Suhas L Y and Police Commissioner Alok Singh also informed the chief minister regarding the ongoing preparations of the local administration and police system to be done on the day of Summit, respectively, it added.

To those who don’t know about World Dairy Summit, it is a global event in the global dairy sector where around 1,500 participants from 50 countries. 

The participants are CEOs and employees of dairy processing companies, dairy farmers, suppliers to the dairy industry, academicians, and government representatives.

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