Indian company donates personal protective equipment kits and medical supplies to Andijan region
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- A meeting with the chairman and managing director of the Indian company Ishan Group Rakesh Sharma was held at the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Delhi, Dunyo news agency reported.
In July of this year, "Ishan Group" together with Uzbek partners in Andijan region implemented an investment project for the production of medical masks "N-95". An Indian company is currently negotiating with British companies to start exporting these products. In addition, work is underway to implement the project for the production of hygiene products as soon as possible.
During the talks, R. Sharma expressed interest in expanding his activities in our country. In particular, the Indian company is ready to jointly implement a number of important projects - from the processing of licorice root and the production of pharmaceutical products to the development of the tourist infrastructure of Khorezm region.
An agreement was reached to hold online negotiations with the participation of representatives of the khokimiyat of Khorezm region, relevant ministries and the Embassy of Uzbekistan in India for a detailed discussion of each project.
The Indian investor said that he will visit Uzbekistan as quarantine restrictions are eased in order to hold negotiations in the khokimiyats of Andijan and Khorezm regions on the implementation of previously reached agreements and joint investment projects. At the same time, he plans to include in his delegation the heads of several Indian companies interested in investing in various sectors of the Uzbek economy.
During the meeting, R. Sharma informed about the decision made by his company to transfer to the khokimiyat of Andijan region, free of charge, sets of personal protective equipment and medical supplies to counter the spread of coronavirus infection in the region. On Saturday, humanitarian aid was officially handed over by R. Sharma to the Embassy.