Delegation of Uzbekistan hold talks in Germany
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25.07.2017

Delegation of Uzbekistan hold talks in Germany

A delegation of Uzbekistan headed by the chairman of the State Committee for Investments Azim Ahmedkhodjaev visited Germany.

During the visit, the delegation took part in the next round of Uzbek-German intergovernmental negotiations on financial and technical cooperation.

The delegation of Uzbekistan included specialists from the Ministries of Health, Agriculture and Water Resources, higher and secondary special education, and the State Committee for Tourism.

Representatives of the federal ministries of economic cooperation and development, foreign affairs, as well as the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ), KfW and the Federal Physico-Technical Service took part in the negotiations with the delegation of Uzbekistan, Jahon agency reported.

During the meeting, the delegation of Uzbekistan presented information on ongoing reforms in the country.

As a result of the negotiations, the Protocol was signed, according to which it is envisaged to implement projects in such key areas as health care and sustainable economic development.

In the field of financial cooperation, the government of Germany pledged to provide 12.3 million euros to the government of Uzbekistan for period 2017-2018. At present the total volume of bilateral financial and technical cooperation reached 341.44 million euros.

At the meeting, the parties also signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the Center for Secondary Special and Vocational Education under the Ministry of higher and secondary special education of Uzbekistan and the GIZ on implementation of the regional program "Professional Education in Central Asia".

The Memorandum is aimed at modernizing secondary specialized education and improving the level of training in order to meet generally recognized standards.

During the visit of the Uzbek delegation to Germany, a number of meetings took place in the ministries and departments of the country to discuss issues of bilateral cooperation and ensure its further intensification.

UzDaily.com


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