28.07.20

Uzbekistan has started mass production of test systems for detecting COVID-19 coronavirus, according to the report of Ministry of Innovative Development.

25.07.20

"In warm weather, hospitals cope well with their work, people come and receive appropriate treatment. We are glad that the number of patients going to hospitals has started to decrease. Forecasts are being made for a possible second wave of the pandemic.

22.07.20

In the period from January to June of this year, the total volume of foreign investment in Uzbekistan amounted to 4.8 billion US dollars, including foreign direct investment – 3.2 billion dollars and foreign loans under state guarantee – 1.6 billion dollars.

23.07.20

The government of Kazakhstan will provide humanitarian assistance to Uzbekistan. The corresponding decree was signed by Prime Minister Askar Mamin, reports zakon.kz.

15.07.20

Turkey provided assistance to Kyrgyzstan in fighting the spread of a new type of coronavirus infection (COVID-19).

20.07.20

The correspondent of Podrobno.uz reports that Jizzakh automobile plant starts supplying the medical institutions in Tashkent withambulance vehicles based on Volkswagen Caddy.

15.07.20

On July 14, Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Kubatbek Boronov reported at a briefing that thirty thousand packages of "Heparin" are expected to be delivered from Uzbekistan soon.

In the first six months of 2020, about 2.5 thousand facilities were built on the territory of Turkmenistan with a total cost of more than 37 billion dollars.

14.07.20

The Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan opened the Japanese market for the export of Kazakh horse meat and horses, Kazpravda,kz reported with the reference to the press service of the Department.

14.07.20

Taking into account the severe epidemiological situation in Kyrgyzstan, associated with a sharp increase in the number of people infected with coronavirus and an acute shortage of medical workers, the Embassy, together with a compatriot Dr.Erkin Ismail, who works in a private clinic in Ankara, formed a group of medical workers to work in hospitals in Kyrgyzstan from 18 Kyrgyzcitizens who are undergoing residency and working in Turkey.