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Germany companies attend “AgroExpo Uzbekistan / Agrotech Expo 2019”

13.06.2019

On 12 June 2019, the German government delegation led by Parliamentary Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture Michael Shtyubgen took part in the opening ceremony and the AgroExpo Uzbekistan / Agrotech International Exhibition of Agriculture and Food Industry Expo - 2019.

197 companies take part in the AgroExpo Uzbekistan / Agrotech Expo - 2019 exhibition, including 152 foreign companies from China, Japan, Turkey, Holland, Germany, Italy, Korea, South Korea, Hungary, Great Britain, Poland, Spain, Jordan, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, India, Kazakhstan and other countries. Germany, Holland and Korea are represented by national pavilions. The exhibition organizers are the Ministry of Agriculture and the National Exhibition Company Uzexpocenter.

As part of this event, it is planned to hold the Second meeting of the Uzbek-German Intergovernmental Working Group on Agriculture, which will be chaired by the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Jamshid Khojaev and Michael Stübgen. The first meeting of this working group was held in Berlin in January 2018, during which issues of further enhancing bilateral cooperation in the field of agriculture and food, etc. were discussed.

The German Agricultural Society also plans to hold the International Conference “From Field to Plate”, which aims to provide the necessary international experience in the export of agricultural products. This event is very useful in the light of the work of the Government of Uzbekistan to increase the volume of exports of agricultural products.

To meet a large number of regulations and regulations of other countries, it is necessary to create certain conditions in Uzbekistan. At the conference at the AgroExpo Uzbekistan exhibition, the German Agricultural Society (DLG eV) managed to gather international experts who will provide information on topics such as improving feed production efficiency, processing milk and potatoes, international trade standards, hygiene requirements, quality indicators, conditions for entering foreign markets, etc.

The German side participates in this event with a national stand, which presents a number of leading German research institutes and 10 companies from the agro-industrial sector of the country.

The German side expresses interest in establishing cooperation with Uzbek partners in such areas as the agricultural and food industries, education, research, standardization, animal husbandry, the creation of a dairy cattle gene pool, plant growing, seed production, beekeeping, and mutual participation in international exhibitions and others.

UzDaily.com