Good Neigh­bor­hood

Uzbekistan Today (English) - - WORLD -

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.

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