The World Bank recommended to Uzbekistan to simplify international trade procedures and issue business permits for construction.
Prime Minister Abdulla Aripov held talks with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on 2 November 2017.
The heads of the governments of Uzbekistan and Russia discussed military-technical cooperation, migration issues, and energy.
Following the talks, Uzbekistan and Russia signed a package of documents.
The Agency for External Labor Migration and the Federal Service for Labor and Employment of the Russian Federation signed an agreement.
State Corporation Rosatom and the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan signed a memorandum on cooperation in the field of using atomic energy for peaceful purposes.
TVEL and the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan signed a contract for production and supply of fuel for the VVR-SM research reactor.
Uzbekistan and Russia signed an agreement on financing of the project “Production of synthetic liquid fuel based on purified methane Shurtan Gas Chemical Complex.
A framework agreement was signed to finance the investment project “Construction of an oil refinery in the Jizzakh region”.
The Russian export center and Uzpromstroybank inked an agreement on cooperation and establishment of a credit limit.
The Ministry of Foreign Trade of Uzbekistan and the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation signed memorandums of understanding in the field of the timber industry complex and waste processing technologies.
Uzavtosanoat (Uzbek Automobile Industry) and KAMAZ signed an agreement on cooperation.
Uzstroymateriali (Uzbek Construction Materials) and Eurocement Group signed an agreement on implementation of the project “Construction of a new plant for production of cement with “dry method” with a capacity of 2.4 million tonnes of cement a year for US$160 million.
The Fund for Reconstruction and Development of Uzbekistan and Gazprombank signed an agreement on establishment of an Uzbek-Russian center for structural financing.