An exhibition in Shymkent, Kazakhstan, as part of Tajikistan Cultural Days, showcased diverse Tajik products. Shymkent’s center turned into a culinary haven, offering eco-friendly, delightful Tajik offerings.
Tajik entrepreneurs contributed impressively, presenting 200 tons of fresh fruits, dried fruits, quality vegetables, and melons. Shymkent, known for its imports of fruits and vegetables, strengthened ties with Tajikistan. Murat Aitenov, Shymkent’s Akim, praised Tajikistan’s reliability in trade.
Kurbon Hakimzoda, Tajikistan’s Agriculture Minister, emphasized bilateral trust. The exhibition fostered camaraderie, valuing strong ties with Kazakhstan. The event assessed agriculture accomplishments and plotted new goals.
The key was an agreement on joint agro-industrial projects focusing on global export. This collaboration promises economic growth and showcases regional produce.
The Shymkent exhibition demonstrated the evolving partnership between Kazakhstan and Tajikistan. This cultural celebration highlighted shared achievements, setting the path for collaborative economic ventures.
Source: Fresh Plaza