A 10-member Special Working Group established by the Government of Uzbekistan and headed by Nodir Atajanov, the Deputy Chairman to initiate talk to develop bilateral trade relations with Pakistan has arrived Islamabad. The Group will meet with officials of Pakistan and organize presentation in Chambers of Commerce and Industries of Islamabad and Lahore, according to Uzbekistan Embassy in Islamabad.
The Group includes representation of â€œUzavtosanoatâ€ (machinery industry), â€œUzyengilsanoatâ€ (textile and light industry), Â«UzagrosanoatmashxoldingÂ» (agricultural machinery), â€œUzpaxtaexportâ€ (cotton export) and â€œUzkimyosanoatâ€ (chemical industry).
Other members of group include Zafar Saidov (Head of the machinery manufacturing sector of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan), rkin Yunuso (Chairman of JSC â€œUzindustryexportâ€), Shavkat Samatov (Director for Marketing and Sales of cotton fiber JSC â€œUzcottonexportâ€), Bakhodir Salimov (Head of marketing division, â€œUzchemicalindustryâ€), Okil Dusmatov (Head of division, â€œUzindustryexportâ€), Nodirjon Kasimov ( Head of department, HC â€œUzagromashholdingâ€), Asadulla Saydullaev (Director General, JSC â€œChirchiq agricultural machinery plantâ€), Abdurakhim Konishev (Director, JSC â€œChirchik Transformer Plantâ€) and Otabek Alimov (Head of Sal Department, â€œUzelektroapparat-Electroshieldâ€).
The special Working Group to discuss practical measures of developing bilateral trade relations between Uzbekistan and Pakistan and to explore new perspectives of export and import between two countries, as well as the establishment of direct contacts with partners in Pakistan.
The special Working Group will be in Pakistan from 4 to 8 September, 2016, said Uzbek Embassy in Islamabad.
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