11:05 / 06.03.2019

Ministry of Energy, Buyuk Kelajak sign a memorandum of understanding 

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On March 5, the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the international non-profit organization Buyuk Kelajak signed a Memorandum of Understanding. The document was inked by the Minister of Energy Alisher Sultanov and acting Executive Director of the organization “Buyuk kelajak” Zukhra Azimova. The press service of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Uzbekistan informs Kun.uz about it.

As part of the partnership, the parties agreed to establish a joint expert group to discuss and propose projects that could have an impact on the reform of the country's energy sector and its intensive development.

According to the Memorandum, the parties plan to cooperate in order to further intensively develop the energy sector of the Republic of Uzbekistan, taking into account the use of advanced foreign experience. This includes, in particular, the development of proposals for: implementation of priority areas for the development of the fuel-energy complex of the country; reforming the electricity and oil-gas industry; construction of renewable energy and infrastructure with the use of modern technologies that provide a high level of industrial and environmental safety, and others.

It is envisaged that the parties can cooperate in organizing educational seminars, attracting leading experts to conduct negotiations, make decisions on projects, etc.

For reference: The main analytical body of the international non-profit organization “Buyuk Kelajak” is the Expert Council, which unites compatriots - professionals with successful experience abroad. The Council consolidates international experience, expert opinion of foreign experts in various industries and spheres. The main tasks of Buyuk Kelajak include the provision of proposals for a long-term Development Strategy of the Republic of Uzbekistan until 2035 and roadmaps for its implementation. The Ministry is provided consulting services of the organization “Buyuk Kelajak” free of charge.

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