BAKU, Azerbaijan, April 4. Uzbekistan and Hungary intend to further expand bilateral cooperation in a number of fields,Trend reports via the Uzbek Ministry of Investment and Foreign Trade.
In this regard, on May 4 this year, in Tashkent, a meeting was held between the co-chairs of the Uzbek-Hungarian intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation - Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Investments and Foreign Trade of Uzbekistan Sardor Umurzakov with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations of Hungary Peter Szijjarto.
During the meeting, the parties considered topical issues on the agenda of bilateral cooperation in the political, investment, trade, economic, financial, technical, transport and logistics, cultural, humanitarian and interregional spheres, the implementation of existing agreements and prospects for deepening partnerships in priority areas.
The parties welcomed the consistent and systematic development of interaction at the interdepartmental level, as well as the effective work to strengthen direct ties between representatives of the business circles of the two countries.
An increase in mutual deliveries of textiles, food products, pharmaceutical and chemical products was noted.
Further steps have been outlined to promote projects under development in the fields of agriculture, food and chemical industries.
The parties comprehensively discussed all the existing issues and developed algorithms for further interaction to resolve them.