Negotiations were held with the heads of Mangold Consulting and Landgard

Negotiations were held with the heads of Mangold Consulting and Landgard

With the assistance of the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Berlin and the Association of European-Uzbek Economic Cooperation (EUROUZ), another visit of the heads of the German companies Mangold Consulting and Landgard took place.

September 30 this year The Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Abdulla Aripov received the Chairman of the German company Mangold Consulting Dr. Klaus Mangold. During the meeting, issues of further multifaceted cooperation between Uzbekistan and Germany were discussed.

After the meeting, negotiations were held between the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BMB Trade Group Bekzoda Mamatkulov and the Chairman of the German company Mangold Consulting Klaus Mangold, Managing Director Christoph Mangold, and the head of the German company Landgard Thomas Bittel.

During the talks, the parties discussed promising areas for mutually beneficial partnership and the implementation of joint investment and export projects, attracting modern technologies and know-how, as well as supplying agricultural products grown in Uzbekistan to the European market.

In particular, the German partners expressed interest in organizing the export of BMB Za’faron brand saffron products, dried fruits, as well as other products in demand on the European market from Uzbekistan.

In addition, the parties discussed the prospects for implementing a joint waste recycling project with the participation of Remondis Group (Germany).

On the whole, the talks were held in a constructive and businesslike atmosphere.

The visit of representatives of business circles of German companies Mangold Consulting and Landgard continues.

The Press Service

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