A team of sugar experts from India will visit Fiji by the end of the month to review the mill upgrade project as well as all mills.
This review includes an evaluation of all mills.
Minister for External Affairs SM Krishna made this commitment to Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama in New Delhi this week.
He said the experts would rectify the challenges associated with the industry.
Mr Krishna said India had expertise in the sugar industry and related sectors where their technology could be useful to Fiji.
Commodore Bainimarama said the industry was vital to Fiji as the livelihood of a large number of families depended on the industry.
Commodore Bainimarama said the government was committed to the revival of the industry.
He would also ensure that land was available and employment in the industry was maintained.
Fiji Sugar Corporation chairman Abdul Khan was also at the meeting.
There were further discussions on the STM mill upgrading project and the new projects on co-generation of electricity, sugar refinery and production of ethanol.
There were similar talks on those issues when Commodore Bainimarama visited India in April for the International Sugar Organisation meeting.
India had earlier promised to look into faulty equipment sent to upgrade the mills.
The equipment was sent to Fiji as part of the loan from the Exim Bank in 2007. India's Minister for Agriculture Sharad Pawar said his ministry would examine the case.
This assurance came after Commodore Bainimarama briefed him on the problems faced with the technology supplied by the Indian firm.