One of the world’s largest communication companies Burson Cohn & Wolfe (BCW) will present a work plan for holding the 2025 Asian Youth Games and the 2030 Asian Games in Uzbekistan. First Deputy Minister of Physical Culture and Sports Oybek Kasimov told about this in an interview with UzA.
It should be recalled that Uzbekistan has already applied to host these competitions.
“Until today, the republic has not held large complex competitions of international scale. It is clear that this requires lots of resources, technologies, and comprehensive measures. Negotiations were held in this regard with BCW management. BCW intends to submit a work plan until May this year for the Asian Youth Games, scheduled to be held in our country in 2025 and the XXI Asian Games in 2030,” he said.
According to him, Uzbekistan has great potential for large-scale complex sports competitions. If “interests and goals coincide” with BCW, then the company can become the organizer of such competitions in the country.
“We will still be discussing this topic with many partners and international experts. In addition, in Uzbekistan, there are enough organizations and companies that have their own style and have mastered the world experience. We must listen to them, and we will conduct business based on their recommendations,” Kasimov said.
He also added that in the near future in Uzbekistan, a program will be developed to conduct competitions of the Olympic Games system.
BCW is a multinational public relations and communications firm headquartered in New York City. Among other things, the company provides assistance in organizing large-scale competitions of international level. For example, it organized the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Ashgabat.