Korea intends to provide a grant

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Korea intends to provide a grant


korea_intendsTo make effective use of the grant of the Government of the Republic of Korea provided for the implementation of the second phase of the project “Improving the quality of diagnosis of patients with infectious diseases in Uzbekistan (increased food and water disease surveillance),” Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers approved a series of measures, reports www.norma.uz.

The paper noted that the Government of the Republic of Korea decided to provide a grant in the amount of US $ 6 million for the second phase of this project.

The list of equipment, products, supplies and vehicles supplied under the project will be defined in a separate Protocol negotiations between the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan and the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).

Goods (works, services) purchased by a grant under the project shall be exempt from customs duties and VAT.

Imported equipment, products and supplies by a grant from the Government of the Republic of Korea, are subject to mandatory quality control without registration and certification.

The document also provides that the grant will be allocated for the implementation of the project, which provides for the provision of equipment, products, supplies, vehicles, training of medical staff the State Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance of Uzbekistan, Namangan, Bukhara, Navoi and Kashkadarya regions and a pilot study echinococcosis in the Institute of Parasitology in Samarkand.

Ministry of Health is responsible for the proper use and provides the effective implementation of the project. The Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade was empowered to design within the timeframe agreed with the Korean side, all the necessary procedures to obtain the grant.

Khokimiyats of Namangan, Bukhara, Navoi, Kashkadarya and Samarkand regions were instructed to carry out the necessary repairs at the expense of the local budget in the regional centers of sanitary and epidemiological surveillance up to June 1, 2015.