Palestine-India Techno Park Building is Underway
Birzeit University, represented by its President and Chairman of the Palestine- India Techno Park Abdullatif Abuhijleh, signed an agreement with Fattouh Engineering Office for General Contracting, represented by its General Manager Samer Fatouh, in the presence of the Representative of India in Palestine Anish Rajan to officially commence the construction work of the Palestine-India Techno Park Building.
Made possible through a generous contribution by the Republic of India, the new Palestine-India Techno Park Building will be the first structure at the Palestine-India Techno Park, which was inaugurated in November of last year. The Palestine-India Techno Park Building will offer ample spaces for companies and labs of innovation.
Representative Rajan reaffirmed India’s commitment towards contributing to the process of development in Palestine, especially the technology sector. “This commitment was reflected in our partnership with the Palestinian Government to establish the Palestine-India Techno Park.”
Rajan called upon all firms and companies to discover the opportunities of investment that Techno Park brings to support innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship among Palestinians.
President Abuhijleh praised India’s generous support and its commitment to provide the logistics and the infrastructure needed to build the Park. “Today, we are reaping the benefits of our constructive partnership with India. This building will be part of the Techno Park that will contribute to developing a conducive environment for research and development, and will encourage more partnerships with other academic and research institutions.”
Chief Executive Optimist at Palestine-India Techno Park Laith Kassis encouraged Palestinian and international businessmen to invest in various infrastructure and innovative projects at the Techno Park to benefit the Palestinian economy.
Kassis announced that the Techno Park will launch a new project, funded by the Islamic Development Bank and under the supervision of UNDP, to create various projects in the technology sector, the profits of which will go to needy families.
The Palestine- India Techno Park aims to create a national infrastructure, business environment and culture that will enable knowledge-based enterprises to successfully operate locally, regionally and globally. It will help in creating work, business and other innovative opportunities for young Palestinians.
The Techno Park will be built on 20 dunums of Birzeit University land and provide a stimulating environment facilitating innovation and contributing to the creation of new jobs and enhanced economic viability. The Techno Park aims to nurture innovation-led programs across knowledge-based industries and develop synergies in the creative and technology clusters.