Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 6
An Uzbek-Japanese medical information center will be established in Tashkent in the near future, Uzbek media reported referring to the results of the meeting of the Tashkent city administration with representatives of Japan's Ometa (Overseas Medical Equipment Technical Assistants).
The estimated cost of the project is $100,000.
The State Committee on Investments and Ometa discussed signing a memorandum of cooperation and establishing a working group.
Ometa is a Japanese organization carrying out external technical assistance in the sphere medical equipment.
The organization's goal is to assist other countries in development of medical institutions, modernizing healthcare, as well as improving qualification of medical personnel. Ometa includes 138 companies, 128 of which are manufacturers of medical equipment.