Ukraine and Uzbekistan to cooperate in the agrarian sector
Ukraine and Uzbekistan plans to cooperate in the agrarian sector, declared the Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, Igor Schwayka and the Ambassador of Uzbekistan, Alisher Abdualiev on April 30, 2014.
A.Abdualiev stated the cooperation to be developed within the plan industry, technologies and the agricultural machineries' production. Uzbekistan is ready to share its experience on the reclamation works realization. The Ambassador added that Uzbekistan highly estimates the scientific and technological potential of Ukraine, especially in the grains' hybrid cultivation and selective works in the cattle breeding.
I.Schwayka declared Ukraine is interested in the economic affairs and trading relations with Uzbekistan.
The Minister mentioned that Ukraine in cooperation with Uzbekistan plans to found the joint enterprise and to import the Uzbek machineries, with its further servicing in the country-producer.
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