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In the picture top experts from Uzbekistan providing exclusive insights on the actualities of the country. The panel was formed by Eldor Tulyakov, Director of the Development Strategy Centre (DSC), Member of the Parliament of Uzbekistan; Umid Abidkhodjaev, Deputy Director of the Centre for Economic Research and Reform (CERR) for the President of Uzbekistan; Bakhtiyor Mustafayev, Head of the Centre Institute for Strategic and Interregional Studies (ISRS) for the President of Uzbekistan.

Wednesday, 26 February 2020, Embassy of Uzbekistan to Germany: The association Go East Generationen e.V. and the Forum Neue Seidenstraße e.V. organised a discussion event at the invitation of the Ambassador of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Germany, H.E. Mr. Nabijon Kasimov, at the Uzbek Embassy in Berlin.

Top experts from the Central Asian country provided exclusive insights into the current development processes of the country.

The panel that was held in Russian with simultaneous translations to German, was firstly opened by brief welcome remarks by Ambassador Kasimov. The speakers panel was formed by Eldor Tulyakov, Director of the Development Strategy Centre (DSC), Member of the Parliament of Uzbekistan; Umid Abidkhodjaev, Deputy Director of the Centre for Economic Research and Reform (CERR) for the President of Uzbekistan; Bakhtiyor Mustafayev, Head of the Centre Institute for Strategic and Interregional Studies (ISRS) for the President of Uzbekistan.

On the German side, representatives from the German Bundestag provided their own insights into the developments, and transformations being spearheaded by the President of Uzbekistan, Shavkat  Mirziyoyev.

H.E. Mr. Nabijon Kasimov, Ambassador of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Germany.

Uzbekistan’s economy distinguishes itself as the one of the most populous country in Central Asia, growing by five to seven percent per year. With reforms and new strategic approaches, enormous progress is being made in the economy and society as well as in tourism and agriculture.

Because of its location and history the country is much relevant for Russia, whilst it likewise joggles outstanding relations vis-à-vis the PRC, Turkey and the USA. 

For further information:
Go East Generationen e.V.: https://go-east-generationen.de/aboutus

Embassy of Uzbekistan to Germany, H.E. Ambassador Nabijon Kasimov https://www.uzbekistan.de/de/botschaft

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Images by Embassy of Uzbekistan to Germany (Press Office – Akram Ochilov)

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