Uzbekistan intends to raise trade with Turkic Council states up to $10 billion, the Deputy Minister for Investments and Foreign Trade Aziz Voitov has said.
Voitov made the remark at the 10th meeting of the ministers of economy of the countries participating in the Cooperation Council of Turkic-speaking states (Turkic Council) in Baku.
“We have great potential for cooperation with the Turkic-speaking countries and predict an increase in trade turnover up to $10 billion in the coming years,” he noted.
According to the deputy minister, in 2020, the country’s trade turnover amounted to $6.7 billion and since the beginning of 2021 – about $4.7 billion. (Trend/Business World Magazine)