In Tashkent, exhibition of national products of Tajikistan is in full swing at the Uzexpocenter, which gathered entrepreneurs of the two countries on its premises.
Representatives of more than 130 enterprises from Tajikistan flew to the capital of Uzbekistan to demonstrate their goods at the trade and industrial exposition that will last through to October 14.
The exhibition presents products of machine-building and mining sectors, light and food industries and aluminum goods from Tajikistan.
It is Tajikistan’s first such trade fair in Uzbekistan in the years of independence. The exhibition of industrial goods of Uzbekistan in Dushanbe was also held for the first time in 25 years, on April 17-20 this year, and products were presented by more than 160 Uzbek manufacturers.
In addition, these days the capital Tashkent also hosts the Culture Days of Tajikistan.
The official cultural delegation of Tajikistan is made up of 44 people. The group is headed by the First Deputy Minister of Culture Ibodullo Mashrabov.
Within the framework of the Culture Days, two motion pictures and several documentary films are shown in the cinemas of Tashkent. An exhibition of books by Tajik authors is organized in the National Library of Uzbekistan, as well as a photo exhibition “Modern Tajikistan” along with an exhibition of Tajik folk artisans.
The grand opening of the Days of Tajik Culture in Uzbekistan was held at the Alisher Navoi State Academic Grand Theater in Tashkent.
The last time the Days of Tajik Culture in Uzbekistan took place was 20 years ago, in 1997. In May this year, for the first time in the years of independence, Uzbekistan Culture Days were held in Tajikistan. Then, 44 artists and musicians traveled to Dushanbe.