Logistics center for Uzbek goods to be built in Russia's Vladimir
Baku, Azerbaijan, January 18
A logistics center will be built in Russia's Vladimir for the export of Uzbek goods, Trend reports referring to UzSputnikNews.
During his visit, Uzbekistan Ambassador Botirjon Asadov agreed on the construction of the center with governor of the Vladimir region.
"A proposal was made to establish wholesale distribution centers in the territories of the two countries, to organize the supply of fruits and vegetables from Uzbekistan to Russia," the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Russia said in a statement.
This center will significantly reduce time costs and increase mutual trade.
The embassy stated that the trade turnover of the Vladimir region with Uzbekistan for the ten months of 2018 was $24.1 million.
Uzbek enterprises can expand exports to the Vladimir region of modern passenger cars, textile, leather, footwear products, electrical and mechanical equipment, household appliances and other goods.