Japanese Nagoya high-tech park may appear in Uzbekistan
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec. 18
By Fakhri Vakilov-Trend:
Uzbekistan and Japan have discussed the possibility of creating a Nagoya high-tech park in Tashkent, as was announced during the negotiations of Uzbekistan’s President Shavkat Mirziyoyev with Takashi Kawamura, the mayor of Nagoya, Trend reports citing the press service of the head of state.
"The issues of practical implementation of the agreements reached following the visit of the delegation of the city mayor’s delegation to Uzbekistan were discussed. In particular, it is about the creation of the Nagoya High-Tech Park in the capital, innovative projects in the field of economics, industry, transport, education, tourism and other priority areas," the press service reported.
Furthermore, an agreement was reached on the preparation of a road map for joint activities for 2020.
Following the meeting, a Partnership Agreement was signed between the Tashkent administration and the Nagoya City Hall.
The program of the visit of Mirziyoyev in Japan began in the morning of December 18 with a meeting with Hideki Omura, the governor of Aichi prefecture.
The parties discussed the possibility of expanding mutually beneficial cooperation and promoting projects in the field of innovation, industry, agriculture, including the creation of joint agricultural clusters, tourism and academic exchanges.
The Tashkent region has been identified as a partner from the Uzbek side for the prefecture.
The parties also agreed to organize mutual visits and to study the opening of air links with Aichi.
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