Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Fatih Dönmez said that they carried out aerial geophysical imaging studies last month within the scope of gold exploration in Uzbekistan and said, "We have collected the data with the expedition to make flights on approximately 576 square kilometers of mine fields allocated to us. Hopefully our teams will evaluate and conclude According to the land drilling work will begin. "

The Central Asian Regional Economic Cooperation Energy Ministers meeting in Uzbekistan, after the AA correspondent made assessments. Minister Dönmez, Uzbekistan Energy Minister Alishir Sultanov and Chairman of the Committee on Geological and Mineral Resources Babur Islamov said that he had very useful talks. Dönmez, Central Asia is a region rich in natural resources but emphasized that there is also some lack of infrastructure, Turkey is quite experienced in these matters and said he was ready to transfer them. Last year, the Uzbekistan Geological and Mineral Resources Committee and the General Director of Mineral Research and Exploration (MTA) signed an agreement on the exploration of three sites of gold and tungsten. Donmez, said the studies on the investigation of these sites continued. Stating that Uzbekistan opened the mining fields in the country to a foreign institution for the first time in the case of MTA, Dönmez said: "Uzbekistan, the MTA example, Turkey has opened at the mine site to an institution abroad for the first time by opening their own sites. This is an indication of the common culture and cooperation between the two countries. We are happy in this respect. We are happy to see that the brother country of Uzbekistan, which is located in the very heart of Central Asia, is rapidly developing and developing others too.