A meeting of the intergovernmental commission on cooperation between Uzbekistan and Belarus was held in Samarkand
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- On 5 December, a meeting of the intergovernmental commission on cooperation between Uzbekistan and Belarus was held in Samarkand.
The meeting was attended by government delegations headed by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Abdulloy Aripov, and the Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus, Roman Golovchenko.
It was noted that thanks to the joint efforts and political will of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, and the President of the Republic of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, Uzbek-Belarusian multilateral cooperation has reached a new level.
It was emphasized that filling the economic aspect of cooperation between the two countries with new practical content, ensuring the timely implementation of investment projects and trade agreements is the main task of the governments of both countries.
Trade turnover between countries is growing. At the same time, the markets of Uzbekistan and Belarus have significant untapped opportunities to increase volume by expanding mutual supplies of in-demand products.
Attention was paid to cooperation measures to further increase trade volumes. It is important to ensure high-quality and timely implementation of the agreements reached.
Since 2019, the number of enterprises with the participation of Belarusian capital in Uzbekistan has increased fourfold.
At the meeting, attention was also paid to the further development of industrial cooperation, strengthening the potential of interregional cooperation, expanding the scope of cultural and humanitarian exchanges and developing ties in the fields of education, healthcare, pharmaceuticals and tourism.