The first meeting of the Uzbek-Kyrgyz working group on agriculture was held

The meeting was chaired by Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Uzbekistan Kakhramon Yuldashev and Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Kyrgyz Republic Samat Nasirdinov. The event was attended by heads and senior officials of the Ministries of Agriculture of the two countries, business representatives.

The meeting discussed the Roadmap for the implementation of joint investment projects in the field of agro-industrial complex between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Kyrgyz Republic for 2023-2025.

"Today's event is a logical continuation of the dialogue of the heads of our states in the agro-industrial complex. We are interested in projects aimed at the development of the agricultural sector, ensuring food security, projects that can increase trade turnover between our countries," Kakhramon Yuldashev stressed in his speech.

It was noted that Uzbekistan and the Kyrgyz Republic are fraternal states and actively cooperate in the field of animal husbandry and crop production. Now more acceptable conditions are being created for joint work. The Ministries of Agriculture of Uzbekistan and the Kyrgyz Republic are actively working together.

Special attention was paid to the creation of an agrologistic center for the processing and sale of agricultural products on the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic. Four proposals for opening were made here:

joint veterinary point, including laboratory;

a large agro-industrial center (on the territory of 20 hectares);

a separate corridor of the cattle station (as a pilot project);

agroleasing complex;

Uzbek-Kyrgyz cluster.

"In my opinion, the most promising project discussed at this meeting is the creation of a joint venture. This will be the construction of an agro-industrial complex as part of a trade and logistics center in Ala-Buk (Jalal-Abad region of the Kyrgyz Republic). Factors that will affect the increase in agricultural turnover will be formed here," said Samat Nasirdinov.

In addition, the following topics were discussed at the meeting:

Cooperation in the field of veterinary medicine and livestock breeding, joint cattle breeding in the meat-and-dairy direction;

Cooperation in the field of quarantine and plant protection;

Development of partnership in the field of seed production;

Establishing cooperation in the development of sericulture and the wool industry;

Development of cooperation in the field of fish farming;

Cooperation in the development of intensive horticulture and greenhouses;

Establishment of cooperation in the field of digitalization of the agro-industrial complex;

Cooperation in the field of agricultural education.

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