Business briefing on implementation of the Uzbek-Korean Textile Technopark to be held in Tashkent
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- On 6 December, the Uztextileprom Association with the assistance of the Geoji Daejin Technopark of the Republic of Korea organizes a business briefing on implementation of the Uzbek-Korean Textile Technopark.
The event will be attended by a delegation of the Korean Technopark, the leadership of the Uztekstilprom Association, the leadership of the Tashkent Institute of Textile and Light Industry, enterprises of the industry and media representatives.
During the briefing, a group of experts from South Korea will tell the participants about the activities of the Textile Technopark in Tashkent, its main tasks and functions, and its role in the development of the textile industry of Uzbekistan.
The cooperation between the Uztextileprom Association and the Geoji Daejin Technopark activates both the exchange of experience and the mobilization of additional resources. The technological experience of Korean partners will allow creating a universal textile infrastructure facility that will become a platform for generating ideas, translating them into products that are competitive on the external market, as well as a platform for developing innovative textiles and training personnel in Uzbekistan.
Following the briefing, the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Association "Uztekstilprom" and the Geoji Daejin Technopark on cooperation in the textile industry and the ceremony of awarding certificates to industry professionals who successfully completed an internship in the Republic of Korea in November 2018.
In accordance with the resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated February 7, 2017, the construction of the Uzbek-Korean Technopark, funded by the Government of the Republic of Korea in the amount of 15 million dollars, was started. Technopark will be located in Yakkasaray district of the city of Tashkent, where they will train students and young scientists, as well as conduct state and international research programs.