An Israeli-introduced resolution has passed with an overwhelming majority of 140 countries at the United Nations. In addition, a record number of over 135 countries joined as partners in the Israeli proposal.

The Israeli proposal is intended to promote access and use of advanced agricultural technologies to developing countries and to drought-stricken areas, and is based on the groundbreaking Israeli capabilities in this field.

This is a decision that promotes solutions to one of the most important and urgent issues facing the world population - food security and the fight against the effects of climate change, and illustrates Israel's tremendous contribution to the world.

During the month of December, the decision will be put to a further vote in the General Assembly.... Read More: Arutz-7