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Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan Deputy Prime Ministers agreed to ensure the implementation of 22 specific industrial cooperation projects

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Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan Deputy Prime Ministers agreed to ensure the implementation of 22 specific industrial cooperation projects

Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Investments and Foreign Trade Sardor Umurzakov has met with the Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Roman Sklyar, reports “Dunyo” IA correspondent.

According to the Ministry of Investments and Foreign Trade of Uzbekistan, at the meeting the parties discussed the current state, as well as prospects for further strengthening and enhancing multifaceted cooperation in investment, trade, economic, industrial, transport and logistics spheres.

The course of interaction on deepening investment and industrial cooperation between the two countries was considered. Further steps were outlined to increase the number of joint investment projects to create production in mechanical engineering, agro-industrial complex, animal husbandry, light, pharmaceutical and food industries.

An agreement was reached to continue practical cooperation on creation of “Central Asia” Trade and Economic Cooperation International Center.

During the talks, the parties also discussed prospects for enhancing cooperation in energy, education, healthcare, science, culture and tourism.

Following the meeting, the Deputy Prime Ministers of the two countries signed a final protocol, as well as a Plan of Practical Measures to enhance and deepen cooperation between Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, providing for the implementation of 22 specific industrial cooperation projects.

“Dunyo” IA