Uzbek diplomats in Germany held a series of meetings in the cities of Gelsenkirchen, Harsewinkel and Essen in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia, the correspondent of “Dunyo” news agency reports.
In particular, in the city of Gelsenkirchen, in cooperation with the Ministry of Economy, Industry, Climate Protection and Energy, a round table was held on the topic “Trade and Economic Potential of Uzbekistan”, and in the city of Harsewinkel, in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of East Westphalia, on the topic “ Uzbekistan: new opportunities for German businessmen”. It was attended by representatives of the city administration, large German companies and business circles.
The participants were shown the investment potential of Uzbekistan, created economic and industrial zones, as well as favorable conditions for foreign companies in order to fully use the existing opportunities for German companies for entrepreneurial activities.
In addition, in order to establish bilateral cooperation between businessmen of the two countries, the issues of a visit to Uzbekistan by representatives of large German companies in the fields of logistics, chemical industry and trade were agreed.
In particular, in order to get acquainted with the economic potential of our country, the issues of the visit of a familiarization mission in the first half of 2024 by a delegation of regional companies headed by the Foreign Trade Association of the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia are being considered.
An exchange of views took place on opening a representative office of the large German logistics company Dachser Group in our country, establishing cooperation between ThyssenKrupp Uhde GmbH and Uzkimyosanoat JSC on the production of new types of chemical products.
Recall that the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia is one of the most industrialized regions of Germany. The population exceeds 18 million people. The gross regional product is almost 800 billion euros. About 800 thousand different firms and companies operate in the region.