Shavkat Mirziyoyev got acquainted with projects on development of the agrarian sector

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January 5, 2018

Shavkat Mirziyoyev got acquainted with projects on development of the agrarian sector

The President of our country visited the territory of the former factory “Kanop”, inspected agricultural machinery and units, got acquainted with projects on development of the agrarian sector.

At present, activities of clusters, which include all the process from procurement of raw materials to the production of finished products, are being organized in our country.

The Head of our state got acquainted with projects on organization of cotton-textile clusters in the country, including in Pskent, Urtachirchik, Kuyichirchik, Akkurgan and Buka districts. It is planned to implement a project on organization of a cluster with a full cycle of production of finished products from cotton in 2018-2020, in Kuyichirchik district. For this purpose, more than 59 million dollars of investments will be attracted, over 600 jobs will be created. This year, it is planned to implement more than 60 such projects in our country.

“Gold Agro Standard” LLC is creating a livestock farm with a project cost of 7 billion sums. The complex, introduction of which is expected in the fourth quarter of this year, will be able to process 360 tons of meat and meat products per year. 25 people will be employed after implementation of the project.

It is planned to organize an agrological center in Bekabad district, that will deal with freezing, drying, packing and storing fruit and vegetable products. The center with a total area of 2,5 hectares will be put into operation in the third quarter of 2019. As a result, 200 people will be employed. In a year, the enterprise will export products worth 8,6 million dollars to Japan, South Korea and the European Union countries.

Presentation of projects on further development of livestock, poultry, fish farming in Tashkent region, cultivation of technical hemp, organization of a complex on quarantine and veterinary services for sports and service horses, a stud farm, greenhouses and others was also held.