Thursday, 01 July 2021 13:55


Today, on July 1, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BMB Trade Group Bekzod Mamatkulov met with a delegation led by Chairman of the Board of Directors of AVAS Group (Tajikistan) Azim Khakimov.

In the next round of B2B negotiations, the priority areas of bilateral cooperation were analyzed.

It was noted that in recent years, bilateral relations between Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, based on friendship and trust, have reached a new level.

The growing fruitful relationship between the two companies is reflected in the mutual exchange of visits.

During the talks, the parties also discussed the implementation of promising projects in the field of agriculture. In particular, an agreement was reached to intensify joint efforts to create saffron plantations.

It was noted that if the Tajik company creates all the necessary conditions for the implementation of a pilot joint project, all stages and processes, from planting, growing and exporting saffron on the allocated 50 hectares, will be fully controlled by BMB Trade Group.

At the meeting A. Khakimov made a presentation on AVAS GROUP.

It was noted that this is one of the largest companies in Tajikistan in areas such as servicing corporate clients, construction, logistics.

It should be noted that AVAS GROUP became the winner in the nomination "Brand of the Year in Tajikistan in 2020".

During the negotiations, the issue of establishing a joint venture between BMB TRADE GROUP and AVAS GROUP was considered.

In the future, the company plans to launch the production of goods for the national economy based on environmentally friendly technologies, in particular, dispensers for gas stations and CNG filling stations.

Given the high demand for these products in Central Asian countries, the initiative becomes understandable. On this basis, it will be possible to occupy the regional market.

The project cost is about $ 3 million. dollars.

On the whole, these negotiations took place on the basis of mutual interest and a constructive spirit. As a result, specific proposals and recommendations were developed for the gradual expansion of cooperation.