Why Tashkent?

Tashkent is the capital city of Uzbekistan and also the trade point of the region. Its neighbors include Turkmenistan in the southwest, Kazakhstan in the north, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan in the south and east. Located on the Silk Road, the most important trade route in history, Tashkent is one of the largest cities in Central Asia with a population of 2.5 million, and the country offers an important opportunity to reach countries in the Commonwealth of Independent States.

With a population of 31 million people, Uzbekistan stands out with its cotton and silk production, and has an important geopolitical position for professionals who want to increase their exports to the Commonwealth of Independent Countries and Central Asian countries. The economic reforms made to strengthen the private sector in 2017 increased the momentum of economic activity in Uzbekistan and made Uzbekistan an ideal trade center in the international arena.

The country, which has shined with trade opportunities in the past years, has become an important meeting point for other countries in the region, especially its border neighbors.

Especially in the past years, with the strengthening of the country’s economy, social life has gained mobility day by day, and construction investments have increased in commercial activities. The country, along with its deep-rooted historical and cultural values, is making significant progress in terms of tourism activities and trade opportunities with its new hotels, restaurants, cafes, congress halls and living spaces.