Central Asia's development to be discussed in Dushanbe
Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 24
By Aygun Badalova - Trend:
The issues of the Central Asia's development will be discussed in Dushanbe during the first investment forum within the action plan of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to be hold on 27-28 October, Avesta.Tj reported.
Over 110 representatives of different international, regional organizations will attend the event, according to the Tajikistan's ministry of foreign affairs.
In particular, the forum's participants will discuss the issues of the development of Central Asia's transport corridor and energy infrastructure, boosting trade and investments in the region, as well as the promoting export in agricultural and food products.
The President of the Islamic Development Bank Ahmed Mohammed Ali will attend the event and present a report at the forum.