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From 5 to 7 April Tashkent hosted the international industrial exhibition “Innoprom. Big Industrial Week in Uzbekistan ”, organized by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia and the Ministry of Investments and Foreign Trade of Uzbekistan. The event was aimed at expanding industrial cooperation between Russia and Central Asia as one of the fastest growing regions in the world.

More than 300 Russian exhibitors and about 1,000 Uzbek companies were represented at Innoprom; more than 10,000 people attended the exhibition. The event was attended by the Minister of Industry and Trade of Russia D.V. Manturov, representative delegations of specialized Russian departments, financial structures and major enterprises, including: VEB.RF, Rosstandart, Skolkovo Foundation, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Russia, KAMAZ.

Presentations of Russian and foreign products, business projects, thematic sessions and round tables were held. Along with Russian and Uzbek companies, the exhibition was attended by companies and business delegations from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Belarus, Germany, France and Japan.

A significant moment of the exhibition was the donation to medical institutions of Uzbekistan of 16 GAZ ambulances and 4 mobile medical complexes Gazelle NEXT.

As a result of Innoprom, 21 Russian-Uzbek agreements worth USD 128 million were concluded. Agreements were reached on the implementation of 33 projects with the attraction of Russian investments in the amount of about US $ 3 billion.

The results of the exhibition showed a high interest of the business circles of Russia and Uzbekistan, as well as our partners from other countries, in the development of mutually beneficial high-tech and science-intensive cooperation. More than 50 Russian companies have expressed their readiness to take part in a similar event next year.

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