On 17 September 2019, the Senate hosted a meeting of the First Deputy Chairman of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan Sodik Safoev with a delegation of the French Republic led by Special Representative of the Minister for Economic Diplomacy in Central Asia Pascal Lorot.
On 16 September, a working meeting was held at the Ministry of Investments and Foreign Trade with the participation of deputy ministers, heads of departments and heads of structural divisions.
On 16 September 2019, a seminar was held in Tashkent region on the topic “Enhancing the participation of women in governance and business - a priority policy of the country”, organized by the Senate Oliy Majlis committees on budget and economic reforms and issues of women and gender equality together with the khokimiyat of the region.
On 13 September, the Agency for Attracting Foreign Investment hosted a meeting with Dmitry Surkov, Fitch Ratings rating agency managing director and regional department for Russia, the CIS and the Black Sea region.
Embassy of Uzbekistan in Pakistan, together with Uzbekistan’s company BMB Trade Group and Uzbekistan Airways, organized an exhibition of domestic fruits and vegetables, in Islamabad.
According to media reports in Afghanistan, as a result of the undermining of power lines, power supply from Uzbekistan was cut off.
The Government of Uzbekistan appointed new Deputy Chairman of Uzbekipaksanoat Association.
Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Combine (AGMK) plans to mine up to 74 million tonnes of copper ore a year at the Yoshlik 1 mine, the chief engineer of the Yoshlik 1 and Investment Projects Directorate said Yoshlik 2 Zokirkhuja Ishanhodjaev.
According to the resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, a fee of 3% previously paid to the Republican Road Fund for the purchase of new vehicles of domestic production, from 1 October 2019 is paid by manufacturers of vehicles. This was reported by the press service of UzAuto Motors.
Revision of the role of the state in the agribusiness economy, abandonment of the practice of state orders for cotton and wheat, as well as a significant reduction in the powers of local government bodies in land use issues.