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An Uzbek-Israeli business forum was held in Tel Aviv

On June 28-29, an Uzbek-Israeli business forum was held in Tel Aviv.

The forum was organised by the Embassy of Uzbekistan with the assistance of the Israel-Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce, the Israel Export Institute and the Israel Industrialists Association, Honorary Consul of our country.

It is important to note that an event of this format in the history of bilateral relations is held in Israel for the first time in the last decade.

Representatives of official and business circles, in particular, associations of the textile, chemical, electrical, pharmaceutical, leather industries, and enterprises of the Tashkent and Samarkand regions took part in the forum from the Uzbek side.

In his welcoming speech, the President of the Israel-Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce, Ron Doron, emphasized the significant remaining potential for expanding trade and cooperation between the two countries. The recently created Chamber of Commerce he headed is focused on promoting business interaction.

Ambassador of Uzbekistan Feruza Makhmudova paid special attention to the relevance of opening new areas for Uzbek-Israeli business partnerships and projects, particularly in the chemical, electrical, and pharmaceutical industries, not limited to the traditional areas of agriculture and water management.

The delegation of Uzbekistan, headed by the First Deputy Director of the Center for the preparation of investment projects of the Ministry of Investments and Foreign Trade Murad Mirzaev, held presentations on investment opportunities and export potential of the country, including Samarkand and Bukhara regions.

Within the framework of B2B meetings, contacts were established to promote trade and export operations and cooperation in the fields of textile, electrical, leather, chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Agro-industrial companies of Uzbekistan have reached an agreement on further cooperation in the areas of attracting agricultural technologies, launching dairy farms, and irrigation solutions.

As part of the forum, the delegation visited agro-industrial enterprises, where they got acquainted with the best practices and innovative technologies in the field of animal husbandry and greenhouses.

Representatives of pharmaceutical companies, headed by the Deputy Director of the Agency for the Development of the Pharmaceutical Industry of Uzbekistan, Jamshid Eshmuratov, held talks with the leadership of the Institute for Standardization and Control of Medicines under the Ministry of Health of Israel, as a result of which agreements were reached on the exchange of experience in the fields of registration of medicines, medical devices and medical equipment.


Source: dunyo.info