Uzbekistan and Iran have agreed to establish a joint investment committee
According to the Financial Tribune report, Uzbekistan and Iran have decided to establish a joint investment committee.
Uzbekistan’s Minister of Foreign Trade Jamshid Khodjaev and President of the Organization for Investment, Economic and Technical Assistance of Iran Mohammad Khazaei have announced the news of the establishment of the Joint Investment Committee of the two countries.
Uzbekistan Foreign Trade Minister has approved the proposal of Khazaraei to form a Joint Investment Committee.
Khodjaev said the joint committee could outline a roadmap for further cooperation between Iran and Uzbekistan in the form of finance and investment, and he underlined the fact that more than 100 Iranian companies are active in Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan and Iran have decided to develop a "road map" in projects in the fields of textile, construction materials, oil, hygienic and medical products and processed agricultural products