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Uzbek Companies Invited to Meet Iranian Business Delegation in Tashkent

Uzbek Companies Invited to Meet Iranian Business Delegation in Tashkent

A delegation of Iranian knowledge-based companies and business officials will be in Tashkent on Thursday, December 12, 2019. Hereby, all Uzbek companies and businesspeople working in the following fields are invited to come to International Hotel Tashkent at 10 am (local time) to have B2B meetings with their Iranian counterparts.
Here are the details of the delegation’s visit to Tashkent provided by Rouhollah Estiri, Director General of Department on Promotion of International Businesses at the Iranian Vice Presidency for Science and Technology:

The meeting of Iran-Uzbekistan Joint Commission of Economic Cooperation, due to be held on December 12 at International Hotel Tashkent is aimed at promoting relations between the two countries.

In the meeting, the state officials and the private sectors of the two countries will hold talks in a business atmosphere and try to remove the obstacles to the promotion of bilateral trade.

The two countries appear to have great potential for the enhancement of mutual cooperation, considering a 60-percent rise in the trade exchanges over the past recent years, the establishment of more than 100 factories in Uzbekistan with the assistance of Iranians, and the two countries’ cultural closeness.

On the other hand, the expansion of technological exchanges between the two countries would promote science in both nations and provide appropriate capacities for developing higher-quality products in various fields.

Accordingly, the Iranian Vice Presidency for Science and Technology plans to prepare the ground for the promotion of potential technologies in Uzbekistan and the expansion of technology cooperation between the two countries by dispatching 11 knowledge-based (high-tech) companies in various technological fields to the meeting of Joint Commission of Economic Cooperation.