South Korean company provides humanitarian aid to fight COVID-19
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- Representatives of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in the Republic of Korea met with the Chief Executive Officer of KORU Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd. Roman Vernidub, Dunyo news agency reported.
This meeting at the Embassy is the second, and previously the head of KORU Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd. provided humanitarian aid to Uzbekistan in the form of 500 sets of express tests for the detection of COVID-19 by the South Korean company CALTH. This cargo was sent by the Embassy to the Republic of Karakalpakstan.
During the negotiations, Roman Vernidub said that KORU Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd. continues the humanitarian action and a decision was made to provide Uzbekistan with another aid in the form of 2,000 sets of express tests for the detection of COVID-19 for a total of US$16,000. He noted that his company intends to actively cooperate with the Uzbek side in the field of pharmacology and the supply of medical, aesthetic and cosmetic products for skin rejuvenation.
Following the discussions, Roman Vernidub supported the proposal of the Embassy to send another humanitarian aid to the Syrdarya and Tashkent regions. He assured that as cooperation with Uzbekistan strengthens, his company will continue its purposeful work to support all regions of the republic.
The humanitarian cargo will be sent to Uzbekistan on the next flight of Uzbekistan Airways.
KORU Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd. was founded in Seoul in 2014 and specializes in the production of medical, aesthetic and cosmetic products for skin rejuvenation. It has its own research center, which closely cooperates with research companies in the USA and Spain. The company exports about 200 types of products to more than 80 countries, including Uzbekistan.