Twenty-eight Tajik companies have participated in the second international industrial exhibition, dubbed INNOPROM-2022: Central Asia -- Space for a Technical Breakthrough, in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Uzbek media reports say more than 200 companies and business delegations from Russia, Uzbekistan, France, Belarus, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands, Ireland, India, Japan as well as official delegations, including from the Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Belarus, the Kyrgyz Republic, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Mongolia have participated in the exhibition that kicked off on April 25. 

Tajik delegation was headed by the Minister of Industry and New Technologies Sherali Kabir.  

Twenty-eight Tajik companies have put on display their achievements in industry at the fair that has run through April 27.

The press center of the Ministry of Industry and New Technologies (MoINT) says Tajik Aluminum Company (TALCO), Huaxin Cement, Zirkon, Fon Yaghnob, Ghalla, Rukhom, Vahdat Textiles, Juntai Dangara Sin Silu Textiles, Sifat Sanoat, Atlasi Khujand, Qolinhoi Qairoqqum, Asrori Sang, Guliston, Amiri, Obi Zulol, Siyoma, Fasonak, Javoni, Pillai Tojik, Lal, Akia Avesto, North Asia Metal, Zarri Sughd and some others participated in the international industrial exhibition in Tashkent.      

Organized by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia and the Ministry of Investments and Foreign Trade of Uzbekistan, the event is reportedly aimed at expanding industrial cooperation between participating countries and companies, identifying new opportunities for industrial development and the launch of joint ventures.

The main sections of the exhibition are related to metallurgy and materials, industrial automation, mechanical engineering and component production. 

The business program of the event includes more than 20 specialized sessions on international cooperation in Central Asia, new products and technologies, comfortable urban environment, cooperation in industry, digitalization, automation and advanced technologies, the partnership between Russia and Uzbekistan in the pharmaceutical and medical industry.