Uzbekistan and India have signed an agreement on long-term uranium supplies.
President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev and Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi held a meeting in the framework of the Dynamic Gujarat International Summit on January 18.
“Uzbekistan jointly with Indian partners will create a technopark of advanced information technologies in Tashkent and a pharmaceutical zone in the Andijan region. With the Indian Eximbank, an agreement was made to allocate a preferential credit line in the amount of $200 million to finance socially important projects in Uzbekistan,” the press service of the head of state said.
Uzbekistan is one of the world leaders in uranium reserves and ranks 7th in its production. (AzerNews/Ukrainian metal)