NEWS AND EVENTS
January 27, 2016
M.KARTOPU: \"WE ARE READY TO MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO STRENGTHEN BILATERAL COOPERATION WITH UZBEKISTAN\"
The Uzbek Embassy in Ankara held a roundtable dedicated to the socio-economic development of our country. Its main participants were members of the Turkish-Uzbek Business Council under the Committee of Foreign Economic Relations of Turkey (DEIK) headed by the Chairman M.Kartopu.
During the event, the sides exchanged views on the results of the reforms in the socio-economic sphere, factors and business attractiveness of Uzbekistan tourism potential of the country.
The participants also got acquainted with promising investment projects proposed for joint implementation with the Turkish companies provide benefits and preferences for foreign investors in the Free Industrial Economic Zone \"Navoi\" and specialized industrial zones \"Angren\" and \"Jizzakh\".
In connection with the announcement in 2016 in Uzbekistan Year of healthy mother and child gathered were informed about the planned measures to strengthen the protection of the family, motherhood and childhood, improving the level and quality of care for young mothers and children, a healthy spiritual environment in families.
During the meeting the congregation received answers to their questions about the position of Uzbekistan on water security in Central Asia and arrangements to mitigate the Aral Sea disaster, rehabilitation and socio-economic development of the area adjacent to Aral.
Appreciating the foreign policy of Uzbekistan, the Turkish side stressed its balance and independence, whereby the years of independence the country was able to achieve sustainable economic development, the implementation of reforms in different spheres and ensuring stability and security in the country and the region as a whole.
In his speech, Chairman of the Turkish-Uzbek Business Council M.Kartopu highlighted the economic attractiveness of our country and its potential in many sectors of production, expressed readiness to exert all efforts for the further strengthening and development of bilateral cooperation and attraction of investors from Turkey to ongoing projects in Uzbekistan.
Our reference: In 1986, at the initiative of the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges established the Committee of Foreign Economic Relations of Turkey (DEIK).
The institute is a non-profit organization whose principal objective is to promote the development of international trade and economic and scientific-technical relations of Turkish companies, firms and banks. DEIK carries out its work within its structure of business councils that bring together companies interested in establishing or expanding their ties with foreign partners.
(Source: Jahon Information Agency, Ankara)