Asia (bbabo.net), - Following the results of negotiations between the presidents of Belarus and Uzbekistan Alexander Lukashenko and Shavkat Mirziyoyev in Tashkent, a package of bilateral documents was signed on the development of cooperation in various fields. The press service of the Belarusian leader reported this today, February 8.
It is reported that one of the main documents was the action plan (road map) for the development of cooperation between countries for 2024–2025. The document was signed by Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Leonid Zayats and his Uzbek colleague Zhamshid Khodzhaev.
In addition, as a result of negotiations between the heads of state, an intergovernmental agreement was concluded on the use of electronic systems for certification of the origin of goods, an agreement between the Ministry of Antimonopoly Regulation and Trade of Belarus and the Committee for the Development of Competition and Consumer Protection of Uzbekistan on cooperation in the field of development of competition, consumer protection and regulation advertising market, protocol on cooperation in the field of intellectual property. The parties also signed an agreement on scientific and production cooperation, a roadmap for the development of cooperation in the field of agro-industrial complex for 2024-2026, a plan of joint activities to develop cooperation in the field of integration of information systems in the field of plant quarantine. In addition, cooperation programs were concluded in the fields of culture and art, sports and tourism, and education. An agreement was also signed between Minsk and Tashkent to establish sister city ties and develop multifaceted cooperation.
Let us recall that it was previously reported that the roadmap for cooperation between Belarus and Uzbekistan includes almost a hundred projects worth more than $1 billion. They are planned to be implemented in the next two years.