BAKU, Azerbaijan, October 1. Uzbekistan considered prospects for development of multifaceted cooperation with Hungary in trade, economic, investment, scientific, technical and innovation fields, Trend reports via the Uzbek Ministry of Investments and Foreign Trade.
On September 30, as part of the visit of the government delegation of the Republic of Uzbekistan to Hungary, Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Investments and Foreign Trade Jamshid Khodjaev held talks with the First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations of Hungary Magyar Levente.
The parties discussed the economic agenda for the short and medium term, including the development of new high-margin investment projects and trade agreements in such areas as agriculture, water-saving technologies, the food industry, pharmaceuticals, electronics, automotive, textile, chemical and metallurgical industry, as well as science, innovation and education.
Issues of developing industrial cooperation, transport and logistics, interregional cooperation, as well as prospects for the participation of Hungarian investment circles in the process of transformation and privatization of state enterprises and assets of Uzbekistan were discussed separately.