Sunday, 09, May, 2021


The delegation of the Samarkand province, headed by the governor Khimmat Okbutayev, is paying an official visit to Bashkortostan (Russia), BashInform news agency reported. The main purpose of the visit is to expand trade and economic cooperation with Bashkortostan and increase the trade turnover, the representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry in Ufa, Venier Galiakbarov said.

In 2017-2019 General Electric (GE) plans to implement 13 projects in Uzbekistan totaling US $388 million, comprising projects  for manufacture of a wide range of industrial equipment and home appliances.

The Uzbek Chamber of Commerce and Industry is considering the issue of holding Uzbekistan-Kazakhstan business forum in Astana in March 2017, on the eve of the upcoming state visit of the Uzbek President to Kazakhstan.

The khokim (governor) of Tashkent province, Shukurullo Babayev departed for St. Petersburg to participate in the St. Petersburg Partnership of Small and Medium Business. On Monday Babayev met with the governor of St. Petersburg, Georgiy Poltavchenko.

A delegation of businesses and farmers of Namangan province visited Italy, Jahon News agency reported. During the visit, the delegation familiarized with the experience of the Italian partners.

The governor of Samarkand province, Himmat Okbutayev on March 12 departed on a working visit to Tatarstan (Russia). At Kazan international airport he was recived by the Prime Minister of Tatarstan, Ildar Khalikov, a statement of Tatarstan government said.

According to the Presidential Decree "On Uzbekistan’s Investment Program for 2017”, Uzbekistan is to complete 168 projects worth US$ 2.534 billion in 2017.

Uzbekistan announces it will disburse US$4.505 billion of foreign investments as part of the investment programme for 2017.

On March 1, 2017 the President of Uzbekistan, Shavkat Mirziyoyev received the Vice-President of General Electric and the President of GE for CIS, Ronald James Pollett, UzA said.

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan received Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan, Rustam Sodikovich Azimov at Beylerbeyi Palace.