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Uzbekistan: Bravo Pharma and IUT to establish mutually beneficial cooperation

The Indian company Bravo Pharma expressed the intention of cooperation with Inha University in Tashkent (IUT) in the introduction of innovative solutions in healthcare. On July 22, Bravo Pharma delegation headed by Director General Rakesh Pandey held talks with the heads of the university. During the meeting, Rakesh Pandey said about the company’s activities, including…


Belarus calling for more active development of Eurasian transport corridors

More effort should be made to develop the international transport corridors in Eurasia, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Tajikistan Oleg Ivanov said in his speech at a conference on the role of transport and transit corridors in ensuring sustainable development, the press service of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported. “Oleg Ivanov…


Ukraine: gas transit down

Transit of natural gas via Ukrainian gas transport system fell to 136 million cubic meters on July 26, and this is 30% less than average daily transit on July 1 through July 22 (around 190 million cubic meters a day), according to Ukrtransgaz’s data. Transit started falling on July 23 when it was 172 million…