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Uzbek exhibition attracts large number of visitors

Bakhrom Turdialiev, the Chargé d’Affairs at the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Kuwait, urged Kuwaiti businessmen and firms not to miss the opportunity to attend and learn about the abundant opportunities in Uzbekistan.

  • The ‘Conference and Exhibition for Investment, Commercial, and Tourism Opportunities in Uzbekistan’ was attended by officials and representatives from companies, factories, and businessmen across various sectors such as F&B, textile products, pharmaceuticals, and building materials.

  • The exhibition showcased investment opportunities in entertainment and media production, as well as the manufacturing of measurement, control, testing, and navigation instruments like optical splitters, optical couplers, and modems.

Bakhrom Turdialiev, the Chargé d’Affairs at the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Kuwait, commended the strong bilateral relations between Uzbekistan and Kuwait. In a statement to reporters on the sidelines of the ‘Conference and Exhibition for Investment, Commercial, and Tourism Opportunities in Uzbekistan’ at Symphony Style Hotel Kuwait, with a significant presence of citizens and ambassadors, he urged interested Kuwaiti businessmen and companies not to miss the opportunity to attend and learn about the abundant opportunities in the country. Uzbekistan offers investment and tourism opportunities.

He noted that the exhibition saw the participation of about ninety officials and representatives from companies, factories, and businessmen across various sectors such as food and beverages, textile products, pharmaceuticals, and building materials.

Additionally, the exhibition showcased investment opportunities in entertainment and media production, as well as the manufacturing of measurement, control, testing, and navigation instruments like optical splitters, optical couplers, and modems.

Other showcased items included copper pipes for air conditioning and food cooling systems, furniture, household appliances, perfumes, children’s toys, banks, financial organizations, tourism companies, human resources, real estate and contracting firms, and petrochemicals.

The Chargé d’Affairs stated that the exhibition successfully introduced businessmen and attendees to investment opportunities in various sectors, including agricultural equipment and machinery, fruits, vegetables, dried fruits, covering and packaging products, sweets, biscuits, natural honey, textiles, clothing, cottonseed oil, women’s clothing, medical services, pharmaceutical products, insulating materials, composite materials, construction foams, asphalt, granite, decorative quartz slabs, geological services, production of electrical and electronic components for vehicles, decorative plastic panels, thermal insulation materials, vehicle protection materials, and manufacturing of instruments for measurement, control, testing, and navigation, such as optical splitters, optical couplers, modems, and copper pipes for air conditioning and food refrigeration systems.

The exhibition showcased a product catalog, various Uzbek products, and a video presentation highlighting investment, commercial, and tourism opportunities in Uzbekistan.

He highlighted that Uzbekistan is an ideal tourist destination, mentioning that Kuwaitis and citizens of Gulf countries can enter without a visa for stays up to 10 days. He also mentioned that Uzbekistan welcomed 15 million tourists last year.

He also noted that trade between the two countries did not surpass $11 million last year, and the embassy is actively working to elevate the trade and economic relationship with Kuwait.

During the event, Abdel Fattah Marafi, the Kuwaiti businessman, and Sami Al-Hamad, the Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Economic Affairs, were honored.



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