Asian Development Bank will be investing US$5 billion into the Central Asian regional economic cooperation program until 2020.
The government agencies of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan are working on this initiative.
Specialists from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan discussed challenges in subsoil use.
In Istanbul, international experts of the Central Asian countries discussed impact of modified products on human bodies.
Central Asian countries are strengthening cooperation in environmental and sustainable development sectors.
New Sirdaryo Free Economic Zone will start operating in Uzbekistan.
The International Center for Green Technologies in Astana opens new opportunities in this area.
During a trade mission in Riga, the parties signed agreements worth more than US$120 million.
Cooperation will help increase the volumes of trade. It will also strengthen the regional security.
Turkmen and Uzbek governments intend to expand areas of cooperation.
Kazakhstan's trade with the countries of the region amounted to over three billion 600 million dollars in 2017.
In Tashkent, the members of the SCO Regional Anti-terrorist Structure approved the draft program for 2019-2021.
The expert said that the country has all the necessary resources and opportunities to ensure peace and stability in Central Asia.
Visitors can learn about the history of formation of the railway industry at a unique open-air retro museum in Tashkent,Uzbekistan
Turkmenistan’s chemical industry enterprises plan to deliver their products to foreign markets.
This is the opinion of the Hungarian expert on the region of Pal Gyene.
Young scientists and teachers as well as undergraduate students of leading British universities attended the forum.
The One Belt, One Road initiative opens a wide range of opportunities to enhance this cooperation.
According to a recent study , by 2040, water supply in Central Asia may decrease by almost 25%.