The Presidential Decree "On simplification of customs procedures and further improvement of the organizational structure of the state customs service bodies" was adopted.
On 13 September, Deputy Minister - Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan Sardor Umurzakov held a meeting with a group of deputies of the Parliament of the Republic of Turkey, representing the Justice and Development Party of Turkey, headed by its deputy chairman, deputy Parliament of the Republic of Turkey from Istanbul by Numan Kurtulmus.
The textile industry of Uzbekistan is an undoubted leader in production, attracting investment, creating new industries and jobs, providing employment for women and youth. Today, with the creation of favorable conditions for exporters by the Government, the textile industry also occupies a leading position in the export of products.
President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev signed a document on customs simplification.
In accordance with the Resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev from 10 July 2020, measures were identified to stimulate the creation of infrastructure in the republic for servicing electric vehicles, including charging stations and service centers.
On 10 September, in the format of a video conference, negotiations between the Rosselkhoznadzor and the State Plant Quarantine Inspectorate under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan were held.
In its annual country report “Competitive Industrial Performance Index 2021”, published by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), the Republic of Uzbekistan, taking 94th place, has improved its ranking compared to the previous year by 1 position and has remained among the countries with lower middle quintile of development.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Global Symposium on Salt-affected Soils (GSAS21) “Halt soil salinization, boost soil productivity” will be held in a virtual format from 20 to 22 October 2021.
The Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Uzbekistan is preparing to launch a new micro-hydroelectric power plant with a capacity of 120 kW in Jalalkuduk district of Andijan region.
The Moscow government, together with a number of federal agencies and major employers, discussed the implementation of a pilot project to attract Uzbek citizens to Russia to carry out labor activities in the field of construction.