On 27 January, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev at the Central Asia-India summit proposed to give new momentum to the activities of the India-Central Asia Business Council.
In connection with incoming requests and proposals from professional organizations and entrepreneurs, voiced at meetings with government agencies and in the media, as well as raising their awareness of the measures taken on the issues they raise and involving them in further improvement of tax administration software products, the Ministry of Finance and the State Tax Committee report the following.
The Ministry of Economic Development and Poverty Reduction, together with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, organized an online event to review and discuss foreign experience in reducing methane emissions and possible mechanisms for implementing projects on this issue in Uzbekistan.
On 18 January, a regular online meeting of working groups consisting of representatives of Uzbekneftegaz and Tatneft was held on the implementation of promising investment projects, the press service of Uzbekneftegaz said in a statement.
The reliable and comfortable Chevrolet Cobalt has once again become the choice of law enforcement officers for patrol duty. In November last year, it was reported on the acquisition by the police of two regions of Kazakhstan of Cobalt vehicles manufactured by UzAuto Motors. Now Chevrolet Cobalt will serve the law enforcement agencies of Ukraine.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan, as part of expanding trade and economic cooperation between Uzbekistan and Latvia, is actively working to establish business contacts with Latvian companies.
On 25 January, power outages occurred in the regions of the country as a result of a major accident in the Central Asian energy system. As a result, the work of the Bukhara oil refinery was temporarily suspended.
As of 12:00 on 27 January, the volume of natural gas transportation through the Uztransgaz system is 6.89 million cubic meters per hour.
As of 14:00, power supply to Andijan region was restored by 89%, Namangan and Ferghana regions - by 91%. In other regions, electricity supply is 100% guaranteed.