(MENAFN - AzerNews) By Trend: Three new interstate bus routes will connect cities of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, the Uzbek media reported Sept. 10.
As a secular state with a Muslim majority, where different faiths live side-by-side, engaging one another in peace, tranquility, and respect, Uzbekistan prides itself on its centuries-long traditions of tolerance and inter-religious harmony.
Three new interstate bus routes will connect cities of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, the Uzbek media reported Sept. 10.
Kazakhstan's Halyk Bank has announced the establishment of joint-stock commercial Tenge Bank in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE) said in a message on Sept. 10.
A free economic zone (FEZ) “Namangan” was created in Uzbekistan, according to the decree of the Uzbek head of state.
South Koreans undoubtedly have some respectable crypto experience and others have taken note. Uzbekistan, which recently legalized the trading of digital assets, has turned to South Korean experts for help in realizing a project to create the country’s first cryptocurrency exchange. Belarus, a leading crypto-friendly destination in the post-Soviet space, is trying to lure fintech investors from Seoul.
The Dutch Ligthart Bloembollen V.O.F. intends to invest in the creation of flower production in the Namangan region of Uzbekistan, where it is planned to grow tulip bulbs, the Uzbek media cited head of the company Jan Ligthart as saying.
The trade turnover between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan is growing at an accelerated pace.
Uzbekistan has started to provide benefits to Tajik passenger and freight trains, Tajik news agency Avesta reported citing the press service of Tajik Ministry of Transport.
CHOLPON-ATA, Kyrgyzstan -- President Shavkat Mirziyoev says Uzbekistan is eager to join the Council of Cooperation of the Turkic-Speaking Countries, also known as the Turkic Council.