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Issues of preparation for the Tashkent International Investment Forum discussed

On March 9 this year, in the format of a videoconference, under the leadership of the Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Investments and Foreign Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan S. Umurzakov, a meeting of the organizing committee on preparations for the Tashkent International Investment Forum was held.

During the meeting, the progress in the implementation of measures to prepare for the event was considered – the heads of relevant ministries, departments, diplomatic missions of Uzbekistan abroad and local authorities of the Republic of Karakalpakstan, regions and the city of Tashkent reported on the ongoing work and provided information on the current state of elaboration of issues of organizational and content in various areas.

The importance of holding a high-level event in the context of strengthening the country’s image in the international business community, increasing its investment attractiveness, strengthening investment cooperation with partner countries and deepening interaction with international financial institutions and international organizations was emphasized.

During the meeting, a number of issues were raised, the solution of which requires prompt coordinated actions of the relevant ministries and departments. Interaction algorithms were developed, and targeted instructions were given to responsible managers.

The business program of TMIF events was also considered and measures were discussed to fill it with practical content, meaning the formation of lists of specific investment and trade agreements for signing on the sidelines of the forum. The importance of the event as a unified platform for reaching firm agreements on ongoing projects and programs, demonstrating the investment and economic potential of industries and regions, as well as discussing promising areas for further attracting business communities of foreign countries to expand activities in Uzbekistan was noted.

In a separate order, the need to comply with all the prescribed sanitary and epidemiological measures in order to ensure the safety of participants and guests of the event was emphasized.

As a result of the meeting, responsible managers received targeted instructions to address existing issues of an organizational and substantive nature.