Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan Aim to Boost Trade Volume to $2 Billion

Officials from Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan have set ambitious targets to elevate the trade volume between the two nations to a whopping $2 billion.

This announcement came from Akylbek Japarov, the Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Kyrgyz Republic, during the plenary session of the III Tashkent International Investment Forum.

Japarov highlighted the significant progress made in recent years, with a twofold surge in bilateral trade and a consistent rise in tourist traffic. These developments underscore the strengthening economic ties between the two Central Asian nations.

As part of his participation in the forum, Japarov is slated to address a panel session where he will elaborate on Kyrgyzstan’s overall energy potential and provide insights into the Kambarata HPP-1.00 construction project.

This announcement follows a recent meeting in April between Sadyr Japarov and Ilham Aliyev, during which both leaders pledged to enhance funding for the Azerbaijan


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