Monrovia, June 12 -- At least 20 Liberian students are expected to leave the country for Agro-studies in Israel, following negotiation between the Israelite and Liberian governments.

The students will be drawn from a total of 60 students, who were selected from various universities, including University of Liberia, Cuttington University and Tubman University for vetting process by AgroStudies Grano Group.

According to AgroStudies CEO, Yaron Tamir, Liberia is among 15 countries participating in the agriculture based program that will strengthen the capacities of students in various fields of agriculture.

"Israel government has decided to help Liberia in agriculture studies. The government of Liberia had spoken with the Israelite Governmen...